We arrived at this huge glacier just before the roads closed to the west of us from a major winter storm. Serious winds, 50mph and up, stinging snow. But underneath the icecap, it's an entirely different world. Here are a couple of exposure merges done with Lightroom.
There's something about these special astronomical events that won't occur again in my lifetime. On January 31, 2018, we were fortunate to witness a Super Blue Blood Moon. That is a full moon that is A Blue Moon, the second full moon of a month A Super...
I went up to the wonderful little town of Driggs, Idaho for the solar eclipse. Found some rolling hills off the back roads with perfect unobstructed view of the Tetons, and set up for the duration. I can understand how earlier cultures might have thought the...
Night in the Desert
The air cools, but the ground still radiates heat. The moon comes over the mountain, and shadows of clouds race across the hard-packed valley floor. Things are not what they seem.