A Walk in the Woods
While on a visit to my home state of California, my husband and I went on a walk in the most beautiful woods. I hope this image captures the magic of the scenery.
Castle Lake, Dunsmuir, California As the storm rolled in over the hills, what was already a brisk day felt as though doom was in the air. The skeletal tree at the rim of the lake only added to the ominous vibe. The infrared view of this scene conveyed that sense of cold, dire, isolation exactly […]
Size is a state of mind
Shark Fin Cove, Davenport, California Sony a7III (full spectrum conversion by Kolari), 720nm IR filter, Zeiss ZF.2 28mm f/2 lens
The Jagged Edge
Shark Fin Cove, Davenport, California Sunsets at the beach can fill the onlooker with many emotions. It is easy for the eye to become overwhelmed with colors or changes in the wind in these brief moments. I enjoy capturing coastal landscapes at sunset in monochrome, because the last light of the day and the Shadow […]
Crater Lake National Park, Oregon While the deep blue color is already. breathtaking. in the visual spectrum, the added intensity of the red foliage made this iconic location seem yet more otherworldly.
This is a full spectrum Nexus Panorama taken at the reservoir near Nederland, CO
I can see you in every sunset
Since you went away, i can see you in every sunset. (Sardinia, Italy)
Linn Cove Milky Way Core
My mantra for milky way photography is “Find a good landscape first. Then figure out how to put the milky way in it.” This time I broke my own rule. Shot at 55mm this image shows many areas of nebulae (fuzzy areas of reds, blues, and yellows) within and near the milky way core.
Shot at Lily Lake in Colorado. Full spectrum nexus panorama, roughly 18 images stitched together
St Marys Glacier Nexus
This is an astro photograph called a nexus panorama shot at St Mary’s Glacier in Sept of 2022. 19 images merged together. Uniquely you can view this image from any orientation.
Linn Cove Viaduct Milky Way
The Linn Cove Viaduct was the final section of the Blue Ridge Parkway. Completed in 1987, it was delayed for twenty years as environmentalists, adjacent landowners, engineers, and architects sought a design that would preserve and protect the fragile habitat of adjacent Grandfather Mountain, North Carolina.
Elk River Milky Way
Elk River Falls is a local swimming hole in western North Carolina. It was a 2 hour drive and a short hike in hopes that there would be a break in the heavy cloud cover long enough to get a milky way shot. Our perseverance paid off with a 1 hour cloud free window.