Landscape and Panoramic Photography

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Rays of Light at Sunset over Auckland

Looking back towards Auckland from Waiheke Island at sunset.

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Light through Clouds over Auckland at Sunset, Waiheke, New Zealand (4″x16″)

 


Clouds over Islands near Auckland, NZ

On a trip to Australia in October, I stopped for a few days in New Zealand and took the ferry over to Waiheke Island. Early spring in the Auckland area is fantastic for photography- passing rain storms, moody clouds, and some sunshine. I loved it and would love to go back.

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Clouds over Island, near Waiheke, New Zealand (12″x18″)

 


Canola Fields outside Avenel, Australia

In October, I was driving around the countryside north of Melbourne (near Avenel) and had to stop to photograph a few canola fields in full spring bloom.

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Canola Fields, Tree, and Sky, near Avenel, Australia (12″x18″)


Lake Washington Sunrise Bulb Exposure

Back in late August, I decided to head down to the Lake Washington shore to photograph a new subject before sunrise. Passing morning clouds provided a nice linear structure in the sky for these 3-5 minute exposures.

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Submerged Tree Branches in Lake Washington at Sunrise (BW),
Seattle, WA (12″x16″)

 

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Submerged Tree Branches in Lake Washington at Sunrise (Color),
Seattle, WA (12″x18″)

 


Hanging Lake, Summer 2019

Last summer was quite dry and hot on the Western Slope of the Rockies in Colorado- smoky air from forest fires and streams and waterfalls that trickled instead of gushed. This summer, I took my annual walk up to Hanging Lake in Glenwood Canyon and photographed the falls- there was much more water, with falls spouting out of the cliffs in multiple places. Here is a 30-second exposure of the falls at Hanging Lake.

HangingLake_LowerFalls_Bulb_2019_ColorHanging Lake and Falls (Bulb Exposure, 2019),
Glenwood Canyon, White River National Forest, Colorado (11″x18″)


Late Spring Snow in Rainier National Park, Part 2

Clouds over late spring snow on Mt Rainier between Panorama Point and Paradise.

Rainier_Snow_Trees_Clouds_June_2019_BWRainier, Snow, Trees, and Clouds, Mt Rainier National Park, WA (12″x18″)

Rainier_Snow_Rock_Clouds_June2019Rainier, Snow, Rock, and Clouds, Mt Rainier National Park, WA (12″x18″)


Late Spring Snow in Rainier National Park

Clouds over late spring snow on Mt Rainier between Panorama Point and Paradise.

Rainier_Snow_Clouds_Spring2019_Pano4_ColorRainier, Spring Snow, and Clouds (Pano #4, Color), Mt Rainier NP, WA (16″x36″)

Rainier_Snow_Clouds_Spring2019_Pano10_BWRainier, Spring Snow, and Clouds (Pano #10, BW), Mt Rainier NP, WA (16″x49″)


Bulb Exposures of Seattle Skyline at Sunset

Back in late April, I drove over to West Seattle to shoot a few long-exposure photographs of the Seattle skyline at sunset.

 

Alki_SeattleSkyline_PinkSunset_April2019Alki Beach Pylons and Pink Skies at Sunset, West Seattle, WA (12″x18″)

 

Alki_SeattleSkyline_Sunset_Pano_April2019Pylons and Seattle Skyline at Blue Hour, West Seattle, WA (16″x41″)


Cranes at Sunset at Valle de Oro, NM

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.

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Tree and Cranes at Sunset, Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge, NM (12″x18″)


Seattle Skyline Bulb Exposure, Part 1

Smoke and clouds blanketed the sky back in late August, so I headed over to West Seattle to use the neutral, low lighting to do some long exposure (bulb) photography.  Another photographer in town had mentioned this old, rusty dock, but he didn’t know exactly where it was- happy to have found it! I included two of my favorite photographs from this location.

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Rusty Dock, (Bulb Exposure #1), West Seattle, WA (12″x18″)

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Rusty Dock, (Bulb Exposure #2), West Seattle, WA (12″x18″)