Category Archives: Landscape

Utah Is Great

It’s true.  Utah is great.  This may not be a very popular opinion, especially among people who are not from Utah or have certain ideas about the state’s character, namely that it’s a bleak desert wasteland with foul weather and … Continue reading

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Lost Coast Round Two (film)

On round two of the Lost Coast I decided to take along the Canon AE-1.  I thought about bringing the 7D but it’s so bulky and there’s such heightened risk of damage that I decided to go with the more durable film … Continue reading

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Ocean Beach

Northern end of Ocean Beach with view of The Cliff House.  Shot on film with Canon AE-1.

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The Lost Coast

It’s been two years since I took these photos along California’s Lost Coast, but this June I’m going back.  I haven’t decided whether or not to take a camera on this next trip.  It’s such a weight burden to add … Continue reading

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Back To The Boneyard

Things have changed a bit since I last photographed the Boneyard.  A little rain brought up the green grass and the wildflowers.  The new growth hid the scatter of small bones and only the larger skeletons poked through. This guy … Continue reading

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Foray Into Film

By the time I started to get serious about photography, film was already a thing of the past.  A few months ago a friend gave me most of her old film equipment, an old Konica, several lenses and a Canon … Continue reading

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Ka’a’awa Sunrise

Ka’a’awa is a nice place.  Situated along the rural northeastern coast of Oahu it’s an area where the green rocky cliffs of the windward mountains root themselves almost directly into the ocean.  Though there is a large, mostly privately owned … Continue reading

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