Last year I discovered a new obsession. Well it isn’t so new to me, as the stars and the night sky always have fascinated me, but photographing the Milky Way was new to me last year and I completely fell in love with it. As winter began and the Milky Way fell out of a good spot to photograph I was forced to stop chasing it. But here we are another year
The start of the new year has been a little rough for me in the world of taking pictures. My first outing I drove around for a few hours only to return home with very few shots and only one out of the bunch that was any good. My second outing, I spent three hours shooting this one particular spot that encompassed a perfect winter scene. Lots of snow, a frozen river, and even some rushing water coming through the ice, but after setting up for my final sunset
Last week, during the height of the years biggest Meteor Shower,
In the Durango/Silverton Area of Colorado, one of best rewards is access. Access, to the great wide open or
After my last visit, I couldn’t wait to get back to see the Eagles. I was hoping for the family to be reunited and to see all three babies flying around their home.
On my 3rd day out to see our local Bald Eagle Family, I showed up