Embrace The Changes

Embrace The Changes

Having chosen to limit travel, we have been in the current location, on the Central Oregon Coast, for the past 3 months. This area is not the rugged coastline of Cape Perpetua or Samuel Boardman, so often photographed; rather, it is a flat, sandy beach nearly 10km...
The Red Road

The Red Road

I have visited this remote  area in Southern Utah many times, and always find new inspiration. The entire landscape is composed of rocks in many shades of red, brown and orange. Light, water and clouds change these shades, so that each visit provides new perspectives...
Shoshone Tipi

Shoshone Tipi

Its name comes from the Lakota word, “thipi”, meaning a dwelling. A perfect design for a nomadic people.  The tipi was adopted by western tribes like the Blackfoot, Shoshone,  Crow and Cheyenne because of its portability. I have always liked the image of a...
Desert Bloom

Desert Bloom

Early one morning after a rainy night in March I hiked a mile or so across the desert to find fields of desert sunflower, primrose, and sand verbena. That’s snow-covered Toro Peak in the distance. I returned to the car with my pants soaked from last...
Golden Wave

Golden Wave

Another image from the Central Coast. I love the ever-changing coastline because instead of moving around, hunting for the right image, I can stay in one place and let light and water bring an image to me! It required several visits at differenct times of the year to...
Golden Light

Golden Light

Winter storms have brought high surf and constantly changing beach conditions. This spot, on the Central Coast, changes every time I visit. I stood here on this tiny beach for over two hours, a cliff at my back, waves lapping at my toes, watching the light change with...