Photos from a wonderful weekend camping at Second Beach, near La Push, Washington.
One of the highlights of last year was co-leading a photo workshop to the Palouse area of Eastern Washington.
Tulip Trekking in Skagit County
Not being a morning person doesn't stop me from trekking an hour north to shoot the sunrise at the Skagit County Tulip Festival.
Girl on the Rock
My daughter looks up on a gorgeous summer Saturday hike to Wallace Falls, outside Gold Bar, Washington. View this photo larger. If you like the work I do, please consider signing up for my low-volume newsletter that I use to announce new projects, items, and giveaways that I think my readers would be interested in.
Seattle Stadium Reflection
CenturyLink Field, home of the Seattle Seahawks and Seattle Sounders, is reflected in a new glass building with cool, funky architecture. Smith Tower, which at one point was the tallest building west of the Mississippi, is at left. Best viewed large. Captured using a Fujifilm X-T1. Processed in Lightroom and Aurora HDR. (I wrote the ...
Autumn in the North Cascades
My family and I have been camping in the North Cascades region of Washington for roughly 20 years, but it wasn’t until this weekend that I did something I’ve wanted to do all that time: see it in autumn. We’ve camped during the summer months, but never past September when everything seems to get busy ...
Elk in the Afternoon
Click here to view larger: Elk in the Afternoon by Jeff Carlson on 500px A herd of elk relax in the shade in the late afternoon. Shot at Northwest Trek in Washington State. (Photographed using a Fujifilm X-T1 with a 55-200mm lens.) If you like the work I do, please consider signing up for my ...
We met up with some friends at Jubilee Farm for our annual pumpkin patch visit. Although the sun was shining and it was summer-warm, days of earlier rain made for lots of mud for our girls to play in (and get stuck in). Kids just can’t stay away from mud—and we didn’t discourage them! If ...
The moon emerged from behind clouds during a drive from Seattle to Spokane, so I couldn’t help but pull off the highway and grab a few quick long-exposure photos. (It’s pretty grainy at 1000 ISO on my trusty old Nikon D90, but not bad for an impromptu photo capture.) If you like the work I ...
(Click the photo to view it larger) Waking up at 4am to drive an hour north isn’t my definition of a good way to start a Saturday morning. This weekend, however, my family and I (yes, my daughter, too) headed at dark to Mount Vernon, Washington to photograph the tulip fields at sunrise. The weather ...