Find an Old Growth Forest

Northern California is home to the largest remaining contiguous old growth coastal redwood forest on Earth. Forward thinking conservationists under the banner of “Save the Redwoods League” purchased land from the Pacific Lumber Company in 1921 and dedicated the ground to the State of California which created the Humboldt Redwoods State Park.On a road trip … More Find an Old Growth Forest

Rainbows On The Salmon Breaks

Idaho was once described by early surveyors as a “geographic monstrosity”. The pictures below speak to that statement, but as pictures often do, they may fall just short. I mention the “geographic monstrosity” description because these images were captured at what is essentially Idaho’s only North South State highway chokepoint, White Bird summit on Highway … More Rainbows On The Salmon Breaks

The Gorgeous Trickster – Plumeria

Flowers have evolved to stand-out. Plumeria stand above the crowd. On one of the many staired pathways winding through the neighborhoods of El Cerro in Puerto Vallarta, this pink plumeria rose up and grabbed my eyes. The petals offer striking definition, the lone pointing leaf strong and straight and the plaster brick background satisfyingly anchors … More The Gorgeous Trickster – Plumeria

Take A Hike With Me: Wonderland Trail – Mount Rainier National Park

In 2015 my wife and I embarked on a trip to Mount Rainier in the Cascade range of Washington State. We had been to Rainier (aka Tahoma, The Mountain) many times before. My wife had worked at Paradise Inn at 21 years old, and she had traveled back for various adventures on the Mountain in … More Take A Hike With Me: Wonderland Trail – Mount Rainier National Park