Category: Travel

June 26, 2013

The Grass is Always Greener?

No doubt about it most outdoor photographers love to travel to new and exciting locations to capture the subjects we love.  But truth of the matter is that most of us can’t be jetting all over the globe whenever we want.  Most outdoor photographers I know are able to take one two or maybe three…
November 11, 2012

The Galapagos and Cloud Forest Trip Report

I am writing this as I sit on the plane on my way home from a great trip to the Galapagos Islands and the Ecuadorian cloud forest. As usual I was lucky to have a great group of friendly, fun loving, easy going, photographers, which was good because living on a boat working hard for…
October 21, 2012

Trip Report Peru

I just returned from a great trip to Peru where I visited the Tambopata National Reserve, a reserve the size of Belgum with 600 species of birds, 1300 different butterflies and 300 species of mammals. Not only was this trip productive photographically but it was also an epic adventure. After the flight into Lima it…
September 9, 2011

Working Close to Home

No doubt about it most outdoor photographers love to travel to new and exciting locations to capture the subjects we love.  But truth of the matter is that most of us can’t be jetting all over the globe whenever we want.  Most outdoor photographers I know are able to take one two or maybe three…
July 14, 2011

Spring in the Northwoods Participant Images

Hello everyone, I have had a very busy summer so far! This is always such a crazy time for me with art shows and all the other summer things going on. Just wanted to take a quick second to share a link to two galleries showcasing some of the images that were made by the participants of…
April 22, 2011

My Back Hurts

Just returned from a great trip to Belize where I was scouting some possible locations for future photo tours. I have to admit that when I am travelling I have the mindset that, if I leave something at home at some point I will certainly need that piece of equipment in order to get the greatest shot ever.…
September 23, 2010

SLOT CANYONS

Hello, I’m sorry that I have been unable to do a post for the last couple of weeks. I have been leading a photo workshop up in Canada’s North Channel. We had a great group of participants and had a wonderful time exploring this amazing location aboard Captain Bill’s sailboat the “Little Wing”. I will be talking more…
May 26, 2010

YELLOWSTONE BEARS

During my last trip out west I was able to spend a few days in Yellowstone. This was the earliest I had ever been in the park (mid-April). In fact they were just starting to reopen the roads in the park. The park is different every time I go, but the changes from season to season…
May 6, 2010

JASPER POLASKI FISH AND WILDLIFE AREA

Hey everyone I am still alive. Sorry that I have not been able to do a post for a while. But I have been travelling a lot lately, I have only been home three days in the last month. Most of that time was spent out west, where I shot Greater Sage Grouse dancing on…
February 2, 2010

MORE FROM YELLOWSTONE

When I was in Yellowstone this past fall I did make some images of creatures other than elk. In this post I would like to share some of my favorites with you. While I was out there one of the things that I really wanted to shoot was Mountain Bluebirds. At this time of year…