Snow, clouds, and fog from a winter storm over the Sandia Mountains, taken from Forest Service Road 333.
Winter Storm Clouds over Sandias (Single Frame), Cibola National Forest, NM (12″x18″)
After a winter storm dropped a few inches of snow on the Sandia foothills, I stopped along Forest Service Road 333 to photograph this panorama of the light from the setting sun on the clearing storm clouds and Sandia Mountains.
Sun and Clouds after Winter Storm, Cibola National Forest, NM (16″x46″)
While visiting with friends in Placitas, NM I and stopped to photograph the approaching winter storm over the Sandia Mountains.
Approaching Winter Storm and Sandia Mountains, Cibola National Forest, NM (16″x48″)
Winter Storm and Sandia Mountains (Single Frame), Strip Mine Trailhead, Cibola National Forest, NM (12″x18″)
Every winter, I try to make time to travel back to New Mexico to visit family around the holidays. I enjoy hiking up into the Sandia Wilderness area east of town to photograph winter storm clouds (and possibly snow) on the mountains. Around Christmas day (2018), I took a few panoramas of the approaching winter storm clouds off to the west over the city. More panoramas of the winter storm coming in the next few weeks.
Approaching Winter Storm Clouds (Colo#1, 2018), over Albuquerque, NM (12″x23″)
Around sunset in the winter months, migrating cranes land along the Rio Grande near the Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge in southern Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Tree and Cranes at Sunset, Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge, NM (12″x18″)
Bulb exposure of a rusty pier in Elliott Bay along Alki Beach in West Seattle, WA.
Rusty Pier in Fog, West Seattle, WA (12″x18″)
Cranes and shipping containers in the fog along the Duwamish Waterway.
Cranes and Fog, West Seattle, WA (12″x18″)
Bulb exposure of a pier and pylons in the fog in Elliott Bay, WA.
Pier, Fog, and Pylons in the Fog, West Seattle, WA (9″x18″)
Panoramas of Mt Rainier from my hike up to Panorama Point from Paradise in October, 2018.
Rainier and Rocky Bluff, Mt. Rainier National Park, WA (16″x32″)
Rainier from Paradise (B&W), Mt. Rainier National Park, WA (16″x40″)
My favorite part of the Paradise Loop trail was the less busy return (counter clockwise)- wonderful views of the Mountain, mossy streams, and rolling hillsides.
Rainier Path, Moss, and Stream, Mt. Rainier National Park, WA (16″x46″)
Rainier Path and Shadows, Mt. Rainier National Park, WA (16″x31″)