Tropical Storm Photos.

A couple of years ago I had traveled down to the Gulf with friends. We arrived late at night so we were not able to do any photography. On our first morning there the weather had worsened but I was able to get a couple of shoots in between the rain storms that came through.Continue reading “Tropical Storm Photos.”

Grand Tetons Peaks.

On a previous trip, I hike around Jackson lake in Grand Teton Nation Park. It is a beautiful park with several trails. Personally I feel that it is one of the wilder parks, because no matter were one goes your usually able to see the Grand Teton Mountains. Online store link here and see moreContinue reading “Grand Tetons Peaks.”

Helton Creek Falls

  Helton Creek Falls located in the Chattahoochee National Forest is a hidden gem in Ga. Its a short hike with a big reward ( a win win ) If your in the area I recommend it. The online store is still up and running Click Here to access it. Also, follow me on instagramContinue reading “Helton Creek Falls”

Sun set at Garden Of the Gods.

  I remember this trip fondly. I had hiked through the park only stopped to take some photos and to doge a storm that passed through. As the sunset and the clouds parted I was able to capture on last photo that evening. To access my online store click here and be sure to followContinue reading “Sun set at Garden Of the Gods.”

Richon Beach Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is a beautiful and vibrant part of the world. I can’t wait to travel back an explore more of the island. The island is full of good food good people and good surf depending on the time of year. Prints available for sale click here and follow me on instagram for more adventures.

Bamboo Forest.

  Hiking along the Chattahoochee River is always a beautiful and scenic hike, but did you know there is a bamboo forest. Either way the Palisades trails offer stunning views and beautiful hikes. Get outside and explore them if you haven’t. Also, prints are available for sale click here and follow me on instagram forContinue reading “Bamboo Forest.”