2022 wall calendars are now available for purchase! This year’s calendar features wilderness images from the Adirondack Mountains, Canadian Rockies, Gros Morne National Park (Newfoundland), Acadia National Park (Maine), Badlands National Park (South Dakota), and Washington (Olympic and Mount Rainier National Parks). Similar to the past two years, the image for each month and calendar gridContinue reading “2022 Calendar”
Get ready!! 2022 calendars will be ready for purchase in September! Some minor changes have been made since last year: Addition of holidays/events, including Daylight Saving, seasonal equinoxes/solstices and moon phases Slightly larger monthly date grid A small blurb about each monthly image to go along with the image title and location Pricing, payment andContinue reading “Coming Soon”
Clouds begin to break en route to the summit of Katahdin, the highest peak in Maine and the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail.
The sun rises over the distant plains, showcasing the surreal and colorful badlands of South Dakota’s Badlands National Park. Prints available. Note An article on this photo can be found at Landscape Photography Magazine.
To truly appreciate the colors and details of a stunning photograph, nothing compares to a fine art print. Prints not only provide a means to display a photograph at a much larger scale, they also allow for the photograph to be printed in an expanded color space beyond the sRGB of the Web. The resultContinue reading “Fine Art Prints”
Higher and Higher was chosen as the cover for the March-April 2021 cover of Adirondac Magazine! Beautiful sunset light makes the snowy winter landscape come alive. The solitude and dramatic beauty of winter makes it my favorite time of year to explore the mountains. Adirondack Mountains, New York. “Higher and Higher” Prints available. Adirondac MagazineContinue reading ““Higher and Higher” Appears on Cover of Adirondac Magazine”
Viewing animals in their wild, natural habitat is one of the most thrilling aspects of hiking and outdoor adventure travel. Coming away with photos that expertly capture these moments, whether using a smartphone or expensive digital camera, can be difficult, and it’s frustrating to giddily flip through freshly taken wildlife photos only to discover thatContinue reading “Winter Wildlife Photography: Tips and Tricks for Capturing Stunning Images”
For a winter adventure that’s equal parts unforgettable and challenging, it’s hard to beat a winter ascent of Mount Marcy in the Adirondack High Peaks. Checking in at an elevation of 5,344 feet, Mount Marcy is the highest peak in New York and offers commanding views of the surrounding mountains, lakes, and valleys in allContinue reading “The Gear you Need to Climb Mount Marcy in Winter”
Encompassing six million acres and possessing a myriad of mountains ranging in size from mile-high Mount Marcy to short and wooded summits, the Adirondacks has a mountain for every schedule and ability. Few outdoor experiences are more memorable or enjoyable than watching the sunset in solitude from a mountain summit, and the experience is madeContinue reading “The Best Winter Sunset Peaks in the Adirondack Mountains”
2021 wall calendars are now available for purchase! This year’s calendar features wilderness images from the Adirondack Mountains, Canadian Rockies, Quirpon Island (Newfoundland), Baxter State Park (Maine), Georgian Bay (Ontario), Zion National Park (Utah), Saona Island (Dominican Republic), and Giant’s Causeway (Northern Ireland). Similar to last year, the image for each month and calendar gridContinue reading “2021 Calendars Available For Purchase”