Spending time in the great outdoors is always time well spent. Including photography into the mix provides a “mission” that can motivate you even more to “opt outside”.
Landscape photography is a very broad category and can include many different types of locations but the goal is to capture an image that provides a bit of insight into the world around us. If people like it as well then that is a bonus!
The photos in this gallery were captured from locations far and wide and also includes aerial landscapes (images from an airplane window) where the actual location may be a bit vague.
Enjoy and as always, if you see something you like, let me know!
Milky Way from Makena Cove
The spectacular June 25, 2021 sunrise from the Washington State ferry
Grand Canyon sunrise from Point Imperial, the North Rim
The wind was blowing quite swiftly on this November evening in 2018. I was actually leaving the location when I decided to stop and take one last image. I opted for a 13 second exposure at f13 with my tripod as high as it would go.
A visit to New Hampshire in the fall of 2017 provided me with this wonderful location in the forests west of Nashua. A 2 second exposure at f13 gave me this result!
Landscape photographers gravitate to the Canadian Rockies for a reason. The vistas are unmatched. This particular morning in May of 2019 was so peaceful and tranquil. I would have been happy to just watch the moonrise and subsequent sunrise without taking any images (okay, probably not!). Captured with a 2 second exposure at f11.