The Busy Time

From about mid March to mid April is without a doubt the busiest time of year for my Real Estate Photography business. As I have every year for the pas 3 or 4 I've created content for the Real Estate books that are available on the Washginton State Ferries

The Benefits, and Challenges, of Culling

In one of my past life adventures, I was a part time, small scale sheep farmer. Well to be perfectly honest, I was a Border Collie Sheepdog Trainer, who owned sheep. But even with a "small" flock of, maybe, a 100 sheep you start to get keenly acquainted with the idea and importance of culling. There's... Continue Reading →

My Favorite Images from 2018

2108 was a big year of change for my photography. I set out to spend more time on the creative side of photography and less time on the "community" side of photography. To that end I walk away from social media (Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, 500px etc). In addition I refocused my website towards my Architectural,... Continue Reading →

Is One Image worth the Trip?

Perhaps landscape photography is like Vegas, The House Always Wins. But seriously landscape photography is definitely a pursuit without any guarantees. All the planning, the travel, the gear prep, the early mornings, doesn't matter because nothing ensures that you'll return with a bevy of stunning images. In December we have a, newly annual, tradition of... Continue Reading →

Responsible Droning

I confess that when it comes to drones and aerial photography I’m a bit perplexed and dismayed. On one hand I have a lifelong love of airplanes and flying. And combining that with my love of photography the two together are a match made in my own personal heaven. (More about my Avgeekness at the... Continue Reading →

Patos Island

I feel blessed for every day that I'm able to call the San Juan Islands home, some days, however, feel even more blessed. Such is always the case when I get to visit Patos Island. For the second straight year the "Round the County" race commitee generious ferried me to stunning Patos Island. And the... Continue Reading →

A Couple of “Late” Season Hikes

As it often does, summer sped by way to fast. But when I returned from Scotland, my amazing visit to Fair Isle, I was pretty darn determined to get up into the mountains a time or two before the monsoon season hits the Pacific Northwest. Goat Lake Trail - September 2018 My first trip was... Continue Reading →

Saying Goodbye to the Magic of Fair Isle

My time on Fair Isle is rapidly drawing to a close. But I’m still up before dawn shooting in the morning and scouting in the afternoon. I can’t quite tell which I enjoy more. The landscape here is so diverse and amazing. I’ve never before experienced the high, sheer cliffs like the one I’ve experienced... Continue Reading →

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