In the dark of night it’s difficult to understand how vast the chasm between the North and South Rim really is.
I had been driving since 6am that morning. The endless flat of the drive down 95 was wearing on me, and the only thing keeping me energized was that the sun was starting to set. I could see hints that … Read More
Sometimes happy accidents have the best results. I was waiting for a group to arrive to paddle around the Wills Creek area. It was early June, and a major storm had come through the night before; at one point, it … Read More
Exploring the night sky in West Virginia The wind whipping across the sloping peaks of Seneca Rocks and Spruce Knob; the frigid air fighting to drain the batteries from our cameras. We searched for the perfect shot as the hours … Read More
Waking up to the remnants of the previous nights rain, complete with dense fog and temperatures in the low forties, kayaking didn’t sound like a particularly appealing option. So, after some perusing of the internet, Mike Maloney and myself settled … Read More
Mike Maloney and I turned a busted day of kayaking into a weekend of photography in the Canaan Valley. He hadn’t fully explored the area, so I showed him a few of my favorite spots. We also explored a couple … Read More
Traveling to Florida at the end of November is always a better decision than staying in DC. Landing in Fort Lauderdale to eighty degree temperatures, I was glad to be rid of the thirty degree frigid weather I had left … Read More
For days it seemed like the rain would never stop. Each morning I’d wake in my car, sitting off a gravel road in the middle of the Oregon woods, to the patter of rain through the trees. I brought two … Read More