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Adventure Series Episode 1: The Mogollon Rim

Posted on Thursday, June 23, 2016 at 8:25 PM MST

Our first stop on the Adventure Series is the Mogollon Rim, a 200-mile long dividing line towering as high as 8,000 feet above sea level, forming the southern edge of the Colorado Plateau. The cool breezes, spectacular views, and peaceful solitude make it an attractive getaway from the 100-plus degree temperatures in the low deserts.

Located just 2 hours from Phoenix, the Rim Road meanders 43 miles through the Coconino and Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests, featuring some of the most breathtaking views, vistas, and geology in Arizona, many of which rival those of the Grand Canyon. So hop on in and enjoy the ride.

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Posted In: Adventure Series

Tagged: Mogollon Rim, Travel, Arizona


New Adventure Series Has Launched

Posted on Wednesday, June 22, 2016 at 4:33 PM MST

As I have been traveling around and exploring over the years, I have started to feel like something has been missing. When you travel to and explore such breathtaking and far-flung places, half of the fun is the journey getting there, and website visitors have a hard time experiencing that journey from photographs alone. Thus, the Adventure Series has been born.

With the Adventure Series, I invite you to come along as we set out to capture some of the most beautiful locales across Arizona from the most unique, off-the-beaten-path perspectives as possible. From the most well-known landmarks to the most remote backcountry scenic drives, we will see it all. By combining my photography and videography efforts, I hope you can enjoy a truly authentic experience as we travel, explore, and film not just Arizona, but also the surroundings states, as well as parts of Mexico.

You can watch and Subscribe to my YouTube Channel here, or feel free to stay on the site and view photos from the adventures.

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Tagged: News, Travel, Arizona


Announcing My New Weather Photography Book

Posted on Wednesday, December 23, 2015 at 4:22 PM MST

I am so excited to announce my new weather photography book, which will be released in both electronic and print formats in 2016. Do you find yourself falling into one of these categories?

- You like taking landscape photos, but don't know how to improve your own
- You want to take photos that get more notice than those of your competitors
- You are interested in possibly making money from your photos

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Tagged: Book, Weather, Photography, Education


Website Updates and New Adventures

Posted on Wednesday, December 9, 2015 at 1:56 PM MST

Hey everyone. The snow and ice of last winter has finally faded into a distant memory, and I am back to fill you in with some exciting upgrades to this website and an update on some new adventures.

As you can probably see, I have relocated to sunny Scottsdale, Arizona to get a fresh start at everything. Sure, part of it was a rebellious reaction to the 842 gigatons of snow we got last winter in New England, but after things had spiraled out of my control pretty badly the past couple of years, being able to push the reset button is like having been reborn. And hey, you can’t complain at all when the calendar says December and the temperature outside is pushing 80 degrees.

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Tagged: Arizona, Update, Photography, Website


The Weepecket Buoy: A Thrilling Exercise in Cabin Fever and Deductive Logic

Posted on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 7:24 PM MST /9:24 PM EST/

As many of you know, this has been an absolutely brutal winter here in southern New England. With 10 foot piles of snow all over town for almost 6 weeks now, it's safe to say that cabin fever has set in big time. Here you will find an exercise in puzzle solving and cabin fever that will remind you that, yes, we are all a little crazy.

On Friday, February 20th, I decided to go around and take some pictures of the ice flows that had invaded Cape Cod. Buzzards Bay was freezing over and Great Harbor in Woods Hole had completely frozen over. The last time there was sea ice like this was in 2005, so it's not like this happens every year.

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Posted In: Education

Tagged: Woods Hole, Winter, Snow


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