(Contains 83 photos)Here's a collection of images of mountain peaks in Nevada with a few also from the east Slope of the Sierras in California. These photos will only be here for a short time so take a minute and enjoy the slide show.
(Contains 14 photos)Heres the images to be featured in the upcoming 2013 calendar. Calendars can be ordering by contacting me and are $20 each plus shipping and handling.
(Contains 15 photos)Photography and cameras are changing fast in our electronic world. A new photo technique called HDR (High Dynamic Range photography) now allows us to show images as our minds eyes see them. This porfolio will track my journey with HDR photography. Some of you will like the images and some "pure" photographers will hate them. HDR is here to stay and as Trey Ratcliff says, 70% of humans see the world in a way similar to HDR.
(Contains 26 photos)Heres some images from my wanderings in the Sierras and urban Reno in the last couple of months.
(Contains 14 photos)Here is my sales flyer and images selected for this years calendar. Please contact me directly by e-mail or phone to place your orders. I am generally sold out by Thanksgiving every year.
(Contains 22 photos)The Charleston Road to Jarbidge just opened last week. The wildflower bloom was peaking out when I arrived for a two day shoot.
(Contains 11 photos)Its mid-July and there are still snow banks at the upper elevations of the Desatoya Mts. The cows haven't hit the streamside wildflowers and everything is green and in bloom. What a year!
(Contains 18 photos)In February of this year, I had the great fortune of being hired by the Pyramid Lake Fisheries as their Fisheries Biologist. Though this has kept me very busy I have had some moments where the light was special. Here's some of my favorite shots from the last couple months.
(Contains 7 photos)Each spring, begining in mid-March the cutthroat trout planted as 4 inch fingerling, return to the Spawning Channel at the Lake Operations Hatchery. These fish can vary in age from 5 years to 11 years old. They are free to come and go, but most males seem to remain for the chance to spawn. These photos taken toward the end of the spawn seem to capture the haunting feeling of the fish who choose to remain.
(Contains 29 photos)Its been a couple weeks since some vandals took a chainsaw and expertly cut the tree down ending the traditional stop at the shoe tree to marvel at the myriad of different kind of shoes. Heres a look at the tree, then and now.
(Contains 5 photos)I the lull before the big winter storm, I wandered the upper Truckee River and caught a few good shots when the light was sweet.
(Contains 12 photos)Heres a viewing of a series of photos I delivered to the new Reno VA Center on McCarran and Mill St. All the pics were not up at the time of shooting, but there were 37 photos total that were used to provide a restful decor for the office.
(Contains 20 photos)Heres a collection of Fly Geyser photos from the winter of 2008 and 2010 Many thanks to Dave for his hospitality. Don't ask who Dave is cause I want to respect his privacy. Thanks to Tim too for arranging the 2010 trip.
(Contains 19 photos)Images for November, 2010 a group of unsuspecting photographers headed up to the Black Rock Desert for a relaxing weekend with some additional photos of past winter wanderings aroung Gerlach
(Contains 47 photos)Fourteen days of scouting and 5 days out on the hunt provided some great photo Opportunities. I want to post these and will refine in the next week or so.
(Contains 15 photos)This portfolio contains my favorite images from the last calendar year. I have learned that the more we work at getting good images, the tougher it seems to get. It takes time afield with camera in hand to get worthy shots. I'll keep after it!!
(Contains 57 photos)Reviewing my photo files from the last few years, I find I have many images taken during that magic light when the earth spins into or out of the grace of our sun's warmth and light. For your viewing pleasure. These will be melded with my master sunrise sunset portfolio in a week or two.