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I’m still a bit baffled by the choice to stuff a 8 megapixel camera into a phone. Most people don’t need this in a P&S (point & shoot), let alone a phone. And, if you think about it, the photos people are taking with their phones are most likely going to be shared online, so [...]

February is half over yes, but it’s never too late for a little winter inspiration. I can’t say it feels like February here in Washington, but than again it’s hard to complain when the sun is shining this bright. Making the below photo your desktop wallpaper is easy: click image Mac: right click and “Set [...]

Sometimes you forget why. The other day I was reminded. Below is a photographic journey into the central Washington Cascades for a day of backcountry skiing.

My wife and I left Seattle on Saturday. 14 hours later we were in Salt Lake City. Day one, skiing at Alta. Day two, skate skiing at Solitude. Day three, a backcountry ski tour up Big Cottonwood Canyon. This morning, drove to Steamboat Springs, CO. For the next four days I’ll be dividing my time [...]

Below is a short list of landscape and nature pictures available as panoramic prints. Fine art prints are available as 5×15, 9×18, 10×20, 12×24 and, when possible, 10×30. Please contact me if you are interested! CLICK HERE to watch a slideshow of these panoramic photos To view print pricing, see our Pricing Page

Below you’ll find a growing selection of backcountry skiing photos, all of which are available as fine art photography prints. Watch a slide show of these images

Last Chance! Two More Days To Order. This is it folks. I’m shutting the doors on any and all orders at the end of this week. Sure the economy sucks, but your gifts don’t have to.Have a question about a print or print size? Shoot me an email. – All prints up to 24″ mounted [...]

The first ski tour of the year is always filled with a bit of anxiety. Like any other adventure, you’re constantly doing a mental checklist of gear on the drive, despite making the effort beforehand (even the night before!) that everything you need is in good working condition and ready to go. I laid all [...]

A friend just forwarded me a link to some winter photographs taken up at Mt Baker yesterday. The images, showing about two inches (!) of snow up near Artist Point, could very well be (or could they?) indicative of a big winter in the Pacific NW. This is good news, no great news, not only [...]

Well maybe not, but it’s hard not to feel it in the air these days. Mornings are crisp and cool, snow levels are dropping (well sort of…I think the top of Mt Rainier may have had a dusting recently) and a friend of mine in Whitefish just sent some hiking photos from Glacier National Park [...]