Tag: green

The Value of Returning to Your Photos

It’s easy to finish a shoot or a vacation and then move on to the next one. But invariably I find gems and worthwhile photos when I return to them later, even more than a year later in this case.

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Swimming in Green

My daughter spent a few weeks at “Grandma Camp,” staying with my mom and step-dad in northern California where the temperatures bounced between the high 80s and low 100s. They have a small swimming pool on their farm, which was a daily respite from the heat—and a lot of fun for my little fish. At ...

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Lush, Newhalem Creek

A short hike from Newhalem Campground in the North Cascades mountains, Newhalem Creek has been a frequent photo stop for me over the years. The creek originates just around the bend here, but this year the water was so high that I couldn’t explore as far up as I usually do. The water volume, plus ...

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New Life on the Rooftop

You know how common photo wisdom doesn’t always sink in? When I’m making photos, I often find myself forgetting important advice such as “Look up.” It’s so easy to scan everything at eye level or lower (especially when you’re tall like I am) to locate good scenes. So I now try to make a conscious ...

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