Category Archives: Through my eyes

I am dusting off my blog!

I have not been to CES in 2 years. While I am waiting for my media credentials to be approved, I thought I would dust off my blog. Life has been busy. Summers helping family with a campground we owned, the rest of the time running a photography accessory company, The Lens Flipper¬†.¬†Seems that I […]

One of my scarriest times as a photographer

After shooting a job in New Hampshire, a friend and I walked through a state park. At the time I was a heavy smoker and the idea of walking really did not appeal to me. To make a long story short, It was this defining moment, a little scared I met a bear, but at […]

They never made it to the final destination

Out one day with my wife exploring ghost towns, I came up on this sign. I guess who was ever retiring this pair of sneakers was to tired to carry them on to what should of been their final resting place… Is there more to the story?

Some times I forget I am a photographer

Sometimes I forget that one reason I started this blog, is because I am a a photographer. As a photographer, I get to meet several interesting people, like “Outlaw Rose” who was once a sheep herder. My wife and I met Outlaw Rose at a wayside near Alamo, NV by Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge. The […]

Early Morning Dew

One morning in Northern NY, I was waiting for weather to clear to do some aerial photography in the 1000 Islands Region. The fog was quit heavy this particular morning. Personally I love these kind of mornings. Living in the desert, I don’t get mornings like this. The images below is just a few of […]

I seen the stars

Sadly, I did not have my camera, but I did have my iPhone…. So this brings up the question, as a professional photographer, how often should you have your camera. How about a simple family outing? For this image, I did have my camera, in the car, that was up a cliff. I was just […]