Krista B is our model as we end our summer outdoor series with some sombering thought and beautiful pictures.
We return to our outdoor summer series searching for some quiet, contemplative solitude.
We explore the world of fantasies from sexy superheros to lovable blue dinosaurs in this fun addition to our outdoor series
We rarely shoot fitness competitors but we had so much fun creating this unique set of photos! You’ve got to take a look!
A Thunderstorm may have offset our intentions but we rode it out and got in some fantastic shots.
We take Meghan out in nature and the results are beautiful
I had planned to go to my high school reunion. Instead, I went looking for answers that weren’t there.
The past two weeks have been full of storms but a walk after the rain still finds an abundance of beauty
Kat was feeling feisty and wanted to do a shoot in the woods reminiscent of the Pastorale series we did five years ago. The pictures are great but the shoot did not end well. Here’s the full story.
Put down the pumpkin spice and put that skeleton back in the closet. Stop stepping all over September and give the calendar some respect. Slow down a bit.
Photography has been my life over 30 years. We’re celebrating World Photo Day with 40 of our favorite photographs from the past two or three. More to come.
We’ve now had seven straight days of rain and the weather forecast isn’t looking any better. Weathering this persistent weather is taking a toll. Help!
This is going to be a stormy day. How do we cope? Mumford & Sons, Imagine Dragons, James Bay, Snow Patrol, and Iron & Wine. In no particular order.
We returned to the waterfalls of McCormick’s Creek after an 11-year absence and were delighted that this hidden piece of nature is still as wonderful as ever.
Summer is here and we’re already feeling the heat with the first air quality warning of the season. Time for some common sense, folks.
Today is World Naked Gardening Day! Everyone strip down and plant something! Uhm, okay, maybe that’s not exactly the best idea for today.
Shooting outdoors can be fun and enjoyable, but nature doesn’t necessarily want us trampling all over it. Sometimes nature bites back.
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