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Just Shi-Shi of Perfection

August 10, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
One of the most beautiful beaches in Washington (and therefore the world, my opinion) is Shi-Shi Beach out of Neah Bay. Broad, sandy beaches nearly 3.5 miles long, with the glorious Point of Arches and numerous beachside camping sites create a spectacular place for photography and peaceful contemplation. Located in Olympic NP, Shi-Shi is accessed...
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Winter Photography: Japan

March 21, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
After 9+ hours on the excellent All Nippon Airways, I was kneeling on the floor of Narita Airport sorting my gear and heard a woman's voice saying "Could we interview you?". I turned around and a camera and microphone were in my face and I was instantly chatting with the crew from the reality show "Why Did You?" Thus began a wonderful two-week phot...
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Alaska: The Big Browns & Decoding Denali

August 11, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
After the four of us had convened at the airport in Anchorage (2 from Seattle, 2 from Portland) we hailed a cab for the drive to Iliamna Air Taxi which would fly us to, you guessed it, Iliamna on the Alaska Peninsula. Before I could ask our driver, Achmed, how he had arrived in Achorage from Somalia, he had popped on his shades and turned 80's rock...
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Photographing at America's Car Museum

June 09, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
America's Car Museum, in Tacoma, is a car lover's paradise and a treasure trove for photography. Alas, no vintage Italian roadsters, but, once inside, you will find that is of little consequence. Make no mistake, this is a tough place to shoot. No tripods allowed, the logic being they are not concerned about photographers, but rather of other patro...
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Cape Cod: A Left-Coaster Goes East

December 07, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
In October, while standing on the second beach we visited on Cape Cod, I asked myself, "What's missing here?" The Washington coast is known for its drama, sea stacks, tide pools, arches and volcanic outcroppings, while the Oregon coast has a diversity second to none with sandstone cliffs, monoliths and extensive sand dunes added to the above list.
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