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Fly Fishing on the Green

Green River Brown, UT The image this week is of my good buddy Smoky showing a 19 ½” Brown he caught on the Green River. Dave, our guide from The Trout Bum 2 is showing it off for the camera. The Green River below Flaming Gorge Resevoir...

Copenhagen

Late Night in Copenhagen Copenhagen is one of my favorite cities in Europe. I was there a few years ago on a retail tour with a group of JanSport folks. Everything about this leg of our journey was great; the flight in, the hotel, everything. We...

Photo of the Week- El Capitan

[caption id="attachment_405" align="aligncenter" width="239"] El Cap in the Fall[/caption] This shot of El Cap was made using HDR Photography. HDR is a method of photography where you capture a number of images at different exposures then merge them in post processing. A photo can...

Photo of the Week- Yawning Lion

[caption id="attachment_403" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Yawning Lion, Tanzania[/caption] When I was in Africa to Climb Kilimanjaro we spent part of our trip on Safari.  If you ever have the chance to go I highly recommend it.  It was just like being in the National Geographic Movie.  The...

Photo of the Week- Old Miners Cabin

[caption id="attachment_390" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Old Miners Cabin, Laws, CA[/caption] Night photography is fun and challenging.  I took a night photo class from my good friend John Wilson in Bishop a few years ago.  This image of the miners cabin was captured at Laws.  We placed a...

Photo of the Week- Old Tug

[caption id="attachment_404" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Old Tug, Alameda Waterfront[/caption] We were paddling around Alameda one day and paddled up to this old tug.  It appeared to be in pretty decent shape.  The perspective I had at water level was pretty cool.  I was shooting with my new...

Photo of the Week- 55 Chevy

[caption id="attachment_391" align="aligncenter" width="300"] 55 Chevy Grill[/caption] I captured this image at the Car show held annually in Alameda.  The city partially closes Park Street and both sides are lined with antique cars.  Some are restored to their original condition and others are modified or souped...

Photo of the Week- Zabriske Point, Death Valley

[caption id="attachment_294" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Zabriske Point Sunrise, Death Valley National Park[/caption] This is one of the classic shots in Death Valley.  According to the history books the point is named after Christian Brevoort Zabriskie, who was vice-president and general manager of the Pacific Coast Borax Company...

Photo of the Week- Bryce Canyon

[caption id="attachment_338" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Hoodoos, Bryce Canyon[/caption] The Canyons and Hoodoos of Bryce Canyon are a fun place to explore and photograph.  Smaller than Zion but equally beautiful, Bryce is known for it’s Hoodoo formations and has some great hikes.  If you’re lucky to be there...