Be aware of your surroundings, one wrong turn and you'll be on the sea floor.
Respect the sacred site. Happy to see that the trail to the top is now closed. We were one of the last ones to see tourists desecrating the trail that is to only be used by the Aboriginal people.
We've done a lot of traveling lately which means a lot of photo sifting and editing. These two areas were absolutely gorgeous. The Babinda boulders had a wonderful swimming hole that was far colder than expected. Unfortunately you couldn't climb the boulders but that's probably for the better. Josephine Falls is known for it's natural... Continue Reading →
I know I've been MIA for awhile, that can all be chalked up to life getting in the way. Big changes are coming and both my wife and I have been crazy stressed for the past three weeks. The good thing is that within those three weeks we had time to visit Austin. One of... Continue Reading →
These are some oldies back from 2014 about a year before I got a DSLR. These were shot with one of the rugged Olympus point and shoot cameras. It never let me down, but I quickly outgrew it and needed something more after taking it on this trip and another one through Europe. Mammoth was... Continue Reading →
Tahoe surpassed all my expectations when we visited last year. The lake is truly gorgeous and kept in great shape. Cheers to hoping that humans can get it together and keep it that way. Too many beautiful places in this world are in danger of disappearing.
The journey began with my mom's old Canon Rebel and a wet lab in high school. I stuck with it for about 2 years and it dropped off as I got busier with college. Fast forward 10 years and I work full time and have completed grad school, I needed a creative outlet. I've been... Continue Reading →