Southern New Mexico just doesn’t ever really disappoint me in my travels down there. The landscape becomes much simpler as the trees of the Northern 1/2 of the state give way to pure Chihuahuan desert in the southern part of the state. This creates ample opportunity for sky captures that are incredible as well as […]
Wow! Some weekends just stand apart from the others when it comes to a successful outing with the camera. This past weekend was no different as I scored numerous bolts and really amazing scenes. I’ve got too much material to pour through and honestly, the volume is beginning to get to me in a daunting […]
Let’s keep this one quick and simple: there’s been a pretty fruitful period of lightning in the region! I’ve had a few good days in a row in New Mexico and I’m gearing up for yet another today. As I wrote in “Lessons Learned” I have been learning A LOT about this pattern and how […]
Everyone who knows me knows I love black and white photography. I’ll also admit to the tropes that a lot of the greats like Ansel Adams have inspired my photography and style. I know, soooooo cliche. But it is true. On my camera, the C2 custom function button is set to a monochrome live view […]
The monsoon has been a joy to photograph thus far this year, and my running joke continues to be that I will continue to mess up a lot this summer. While I had previous years where I spent a week or so in the southwest pursuing monsoon storms, this remains a new pattern for me […]
I had a lot of different experiences this past week, many of them revolved around cool hikes or monsoon activity in New Mexico. Here’s some pics from this past week.
The Creative Journey is a Process
This is a story about me trying to find myself. And no, I’m not talking about gender — honey that’s all settled. But BUT it is about who I am post-transition and where I want to go with my creative journey. To be frank, I’m still a bit lost in many ways when it comes […]
A Visit to Plaza Blanca
New Mexico is a state which is full of hidden gems which you don’t read about often, but when you find them they capture your imagination just like any of the big ticket items. This weekend, I got the chance to explore one of those places in Plaza Blanca near Abiquiu.