There’s a little-known pro feature built into your iPhone camera that will increase your odds of capturing a great action shot.
The way down can be more difficult than the way up, especially in Big Bend.
Just one simple, sweet photograph that necessarily speaks for itself.
Shadows from the most ubiquitous of window coverings, Venetian blinds, imprint themselves into my favorite photographs.
Does your preference for distorted reflections indicate something about your personality? Maybe.
Sometimes I prefer my reflections to be crystal clear, sometimes not. Today they’re mirror images.
You can’t always get what you want. But if you try, some times, you just might get what you need.
In life, it’s best to hope for adventure, but to be careful what you wish for. Especially in the Grand Tetons.
A lone tree provoked three distinct treatments, using a trusted photo app and a new painting app, for stylistic effects.
Just like two side-by-side prints, elements of the natural world are engaged in dialogue, too.
In that elusive effort to get to the rainbow’s pot of gold, my camera comparison yielded some surprising results.
“In the right light, at the right time, everything is extraordinary.” So said Aaron Rose, and it applies to gray days, too.
How do you see nature? Is it, as William Blake said, imagination itself? That’s what trees are for me.
It's not easy to grasp the meaning in every reflection. Recognize this one?
Making the most of a short summer, Maine’s wildflowers erupt in a riot of vivid color.