The other night during the Geminid Meteor Shower @pdodsonphoto and myself spent hours in 27 degree weather photographing the show. It was beautiful watching about two per minute falling and even though my camera was almost always pointing in the wrong direction to catch them I did catch a few including this faint one falling over Cave Mountain.
Moments in Oregon. When you’re always on the go, it’s nice to have a way to share your memories. This last bit of time I’ve been using @lifeprintphoto’s mobile printer to do just that. Check out the link in my bio for more information (music by @klangstof) @apple#ad#lifeprintphoto
Flying just barely above the epic fjords of the South Island and witnessing some of the most raw and untouched landscapes made this day one for the books. Couldn’t have asked for better way to experience Fjordland.
Between the tree that looks like an arm bent at the elbow, the winding stone staircase, and the stone archway, paths leading in all different directions, this spot in the Wissahickon absolutely fascinates me. All the different shapes, angles, bends...I have shots here from every season. Such a cool place, right?