Category : Landscape photography

My first engineering job was at National Semiconductor back in 1978. I had a huge interest in analog design, having built my own preamo

Shooting in the dark is easy. Just put the camera on the tripod, set ISO 12000 and a 30 second shutter speed at f/16,

Every October, Albuquerque’s population almost triples for the International Balloon Fiesta, the city’s signature annual event. While it’s the main reason for most visits,

I was travelling back from a friend’s cabin after an enjoyable cross-country ski trip in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains. Unfortunately, someone had a solo

I landed at Boston’s Logan Airport to provide technical support for a customer visit one long-ago September afternoon. At the rental car counter, the

Star Valley south of Afton, Wyoming Post-Eclipse Relaxer After escaping the eclipse, we drove to Wapiti Village RV Park in Alpine, Wyoming and took

I’ve always been fascinated by mountains and moving water. The first may seem easier to render than the second – mountains don’t move. But

The One-Armed Major Got There First Most of it has been civilized, but a few bits of Flaming Gorge still look as John Wesley

Turning at Another Little Brown Sign Utah had been frying on our way up, so we took a cooler route through Wyoming on our

In last week’s post, you discovered an almost accidental lava field, a 100-year-old railroad trestle, and intensely storm-shrouded skies making great mountain landscapes near