• Volcanos

    Driving between Madras and Bend, Oregon on US 97, you can see all of the big peaks: Mount Bachelor The Sisters Mount Washington Three Fingered Jack Mount Jefferson Mount Wilson Mount Hood South (left) to North (right) This is a stitched panorama made up of 7 individual frames.


  • Toothbrush Orchid

    On a visit to the Akatsuka Orchid Gardens, we encountered this very different specimen. Too Cool. Aptly named.


  • Exit Strategy

    A couple grab a hug while waiting for the rest of their party to finish their ride.


  • Perching in the Slot

    We didn’t go too far up the canyon because my creaky knees weren’t being terribly accommodating. Liddy did manage to scramble up a bit higher than me though.


  • Hawaiian Butterfly

    Another capture off of our Lanai in Kona. There are a bunch of these beauties flitting about. Never long enough to lock focus, but this one works well I think.


  • Morning Light

    A morning shot of the major Dune at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park. As the sun comes up it washes across the windward side of the dunes.


  • Toadstools at night

    Outsiders Photography Conference finished; it was time to explore. From Kanab, east, along US 89 you will find an area known as the Toadstools.This area is home to some fantastic rock formations that look like… well… toadstools. It was a good night to capture stars to set off these two toadstools.


  • Standing Surf

    The winter months, on a King Tide. That’s when you will see these monster waves crashing into the cliff face below the Cape Disappointment Lighthouse.


  • Baker Nevada

    Baker is a small northern Nevada town that is lost below Wheeler Peak.


  • Commencement Bay in January

    The cold snap is over. The skies are opening up for a moment. A good time for a brisk walk at Point Defiance Park in Tacoma.


  • Red Crested Cardinal

    I have tried on many of my visits to these islands to capture this gorgeous bird. Success was achieved at the Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park in Kona.Turns out this bird is not really a Cardinal; it is a Tanager.Regardless – a very pretty bird.


  • The Malheur Wildlife Refuge

    A panoramic shot of the vast Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Southeastern Oregon