1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Skagway Harbor

Tourists wait in anticipation for the ferry to dock in Skagway, Alaska
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

The Altair

Somewhere in Homer is a boat graveyard

Yvonne2-2

1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Sheridan Reflections 2

Bright rusty stones poke through a reflecting pool of seemingly shallow but cloudy water.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Looking Back

Due to a miscommunication during my talk with the backpackers i had aimed for the wrong notch. We came in at the low saddle along the ridge towards the right. The ridge climb wore me out so i wasn't happy about having to climb over three more knobs or rock. We did finally come back to the trail and i could see that it does indeed exist and goes down into the valley. As i thought, it goes down much too steeply and much too early.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Water and Ice

Two waterfalls cascade from high up on Mt. Muir, to the Surprise Glacier below. The Glacier pours into Harriman Fjord, a part of Prince William Sound.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Snow Canyon Stream

When there is a good rain in Snow Canyon frequent visitors discover streams they never knew about.

Yvonne-12

1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Speaker Product Shot

Product shoot of a high end speaker
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Yellow Tang 2

1

Gulf of Chiriqui

This was a fantastic tiny helicopter that we used to get to theFlying over an island off the West Coast of Panama to a worksite that eventually became the resort Isla Palenque.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Sheridan Glacier

1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Common Murre

A Common Murre in flight is, uh, quite common.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Ice Valleys 1

High up in the ice plateaus of the Wrangles is a vast network of valleys filled with ice, all merging together in this region to become the mighty Nabesna Glacier, the longest non polar valley glacier on Earth.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Peek at Denali

The clouds part briefly offering a peak the the higher slopes and granite walls.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

SUV Product Shoot

An example of a product shoot for automobiles. This angle leaves plenty of low detail space for text overlays.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Top of the World

High rolling hills near the White Mountains are characteristic of the Top of the World Highway at the most northern border crossing between the United States and Canada. I arrived 20 minutes too late, due to the sights and roughness of the dirt road, and had to spend the night next to the border. This pictures was taken on a color slide in the early 2000's.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Tokositna Glacier

The impressive upper reaches of the Tokositna Glacier are a textbook study of lateral and medial moraines.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Slate Garden

A rugged walk along the coastline of Passage Canal offers amazing variety of lush plants, clear water and sliced rocks. And Bears.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Black Rapids Braided Flower Fields

Fisher wants to go to the Delta Mountains or whatever they're called way over there across the Black Rapids River.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Cloud Forest of Panama

Fortunately i was able to enjoy it on a sunny day.

Portraits

Instead of uploading hundreds of portraits to my portfolio here are a dozen together. For several years i photographed the candidates of a special publication by the Journal of Commerce called The Top 40 Under 40. The publication recognized successful business people under the age of 40 who were also involved in noteworthy charity work.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Snow Cave

It was hard to tell if this was a glacial remnant or a semi permanent snow field.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Claws of the Spirits

The Inuit told their children that if they jumped to high the Aurora would reach down and chop their heads off.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Boquete Forest

1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Denali Bull Moose

A magnificent moose plods through thick fall brush on a September morning in Denali National Park. The Moose of the park are the largest Deer in the world, and this is a large Denali Moose.
1

Usibelli Coal Mine

A worker inspects the conveyor before the coal is loaded onto trains. For the Journal of Commerce.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Snowy Junipers Above Dry Canyons

A freak April snowstorm dumped about 6 inches of snow on the Islands in the Sky District while the White Terrace remained dry.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Upper Kanarraville Falls

The upper falls has only one rope and requires climbing up a slippery log with a few awkward hand grips. You could get hurt so it's a good turning around point. Also, this point is past most of the narrows.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Ruth Glacier

Flying across the lower reaches of the Ruth Glacier. I could have had a great time if they could have dropped me off here for some exploration.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Ruth Tributary

This steep mountain valley makes up part of the "headwaters" of the Ruth Glacier.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Cave Valley Hoodoo

Another notable Hoodoo in Cave Valley. Since this picture was taken it's possible this land was part of a parcel sold to a private individual, and no longer belongs to the public.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Stone Basin

A huge stone basin full of mesmerising cross bedding and virtually free of vegetation.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Icy Black Hole

Icicles reach down into a semi-permanent hole in the water surface.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Wild Jungle Beach

An unvisited beach on a tropical island in the Chiriqui Archipelago.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

The Harding Icefields

The Harding Icefields are one of the most amazing places i've ever been. It's a relentless gruelling hike to get up there but when you finally come over the last hill and see that vista, you feel like have walked right into Antarctica or Greenland. This image is not even the main icefields but a small area where the Exit Glacier begins it's decent. To the right, the icefields continue for 40 miles.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

LIttle Finland

Also called Red Springs because there is a real oasis nearby, the crazy rock formations are so high in detail they are reminiscent of the coastline of Finland.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

La Verkin Valley

Storms pass down in front of Pine Mountain.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Lone Wolf

A lone wolf travels across the limitless wilderness of Denali National Park. Although i have had numerous close encounters with wolves, i never had a camera a the time and i've always liked this solitary figure. He was stationary for a time.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Black and Orange Mountain

Wrangle St. Elias National Park is part of the largest protected wilderness area in North America.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

The River More Ancient than Epochs

Another one of my favorite views, of all the places i've been. The Green River, far older than the Colorado or any of these Canyons, meanders through a perfect set of curves in a vast desolate landscape called Canyonlands. Beyond the canyons the Henry Mountains remind me of where i spent so many afternoons escaping the heat of the desert and exploring old mines.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Deep Winter Sunset

An a dark day in the dead of winter the sun sets between layers of clouds above Anchorage, Alaska.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Mt. Wake

Base camp wasn't very pleasant so we headed east. This is the back, or west side of what i think is called Mt. Wake in the center.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Desolate Arctic Valley

The Dalton Highway zigzags down through the northern side of the Brooks Range. There are no trees from here to the ocean.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Northwestern Waterall 2

A vertically oriented image of the waterfall pouring out of the Northwestern Glacier.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

A Different Kind of Rainbow

A really nice display shifting from green to violet.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Spawn Until You Die

I was lucky to actually capture the moment a wild salmon spawned. It is the cloud behind the foreground fish.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

The Yellow Mountains of Elias

Untouched streams flow through rarely visited canyons in the wilderness of Wrangle St. Elias.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Circular Entrance

The entrance to the "snow" cave (it was actually ice) had a circular shape
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Jabba The Hut

Jimmy admires the view next to a rock formation i like to call Jabba the Hut.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Double Reflection Rainbow

A rare event. The centres of reflection bows are at the same altitude as the sun - the anthelic point. This is the same distance above the horizon as the centres of normal bows are below it at the antisolar point. The normal bow and its corresponding reflection bow intersect at the horizon. Reflection bows are usually brightest when the sun is low because then its light is reflected most strongly from water surfaces. The normal and reflection bows draw closer together as the sun gets lower. The source of the reflected light is usually water behind you, i.e. sunwards. It can be in front of you but then only the base of the reflected bow will be seen.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Autumn Ram

A very nice looking Dall Sheep basks in the morning sun after a frosty September night in Denali National Park.
1

Granite Fins

Giant fins of granite on the side of Mt. Bradley.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

The Virginis

The Virginis. Boat graveyards are really cool but i didn't know if you were allowed to wander around or if this was like finding someones property covered in junk cars.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Palenque Beach

An unvisited beach on a tropical island in the Chiriqui Archipelago.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Conveyor of Mountains

These dark stripes, the lateral moraines are rubble stripped from the mountains. The rubble is thick, on the surface several dump trucks of thickness, and they usually continue well below the surface. They stretch all the way down the glacier, 35 miles from this point. All of that rock has been removed from the mountains. It's a detailed logbook of erosion. It's all right there, neatly organized, easily measured, and it's a huge sum.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Storm Over Eagle Lake

The clouds part after a freezing rain (and snow) over Eagle Lake in the Chugach Mountains of Alaska. The sleet and hail had been so bad Fisher and i sought shelter in a ruin.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Edge of Tundra

A glacial stream flows from the edge of a smooth ice cap retreating up a freshly exposed, rugged canyon. On the left are tundra fields, on the right virtually nothing grows.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Mauna Kea Summit

Two hikers bravely walk from the nearby parking lot to the summit of Mauna Kea. Notice the huge summit shadow receding off into the distance.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Springdale Winter Cliffs

Cliffs of Zion adorned with a fresh coat of snow
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Udder of Ice

Seriously, these icicles look like they should be milked. They're already dripping.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Desert Sheep 7

I like the pose of this sheep in this simple straight on portrait. It reminds me of a diorama i would see in the NY Museum of Natural History
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Hermit Crab 2

Moseying along
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Las Rocas Beach

Another nice sunset on Palenque. At the time of my first visit there was nothing here at all and we had to take a 25 minute boat ride back to the mainland in the dark. Now tucked just inside the jungle is a relaxing beach bar and restaurant where you can watch the sunset every day in comfort.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Eagle vs. Ravens

Alaska; Homer; Wildlife; birds; eagles; battle; ocean; Cook Inlet

1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Golden Eagle

A golden eagle stares straight over at the summit of Mt. McKinley, no doubt contemplating giving it a try.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Cave Valley

A fall day in Cave Valley on the Kolob Terrace
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Center of the Universe

I had been up to this cool white pass in Zion years ago, and found out that more recently a park employee, like i used to be, had also discovered it and told people it was like the "center of the universe". I agree as far as it seems to be another of those areas with a science fiction feel to it. It made me think of distant futures.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Purple Canyon

Remote streams flow through multi colored canyon covered in tundra.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Fonts Point

Fonts Point is Anza Borrego State Park is an amazing badlands area of formerly undersea delta sediments. It's full of fossils too.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Timeless Mountains

The primitive forms of the arctic landscape make one feel that they have travelled far back to the time before man.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Eagle vs. Ravens 2

There were a pair of nesting bald eagles right next to our house. They were constantly out looking for food and the local crows never gave them a break.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Walrus Tundra Terrace

A very nice walk up a mountain stream between two lakes
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Ice Birds Wing

We flew over a series of ice caps with borders rectangular in nature. These icefields, several of which are visible in this picture, were recently connected.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Flower Study 1

I like taking macro pictures, but i don't do it often enough.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Stone Waves

Stone carved by water begins to take on the appearance of water in the form of waves on a rough sea.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Sow and Cub

A mother teaches her teenager how to fish
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Ruth Glacier 2

Flying across the lower reaches of the Ruth Glacier. I could have had a great time if they could have dropped me off here for some exploration.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Matanuska Reflections

I passed this pool of water on the highway more times than i can count. Finally one fall i passed by on just the right day for colorful birch to reflect in still waters. I never saw it look so nice again in the years to come.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Laughlin Glacier and Mountain

Laughlin is a dramatic hanging glacier near the US/Canadian border north of Skagway.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Black Skies Over Black Canyon

A summer storm blows over Black Canyon of the Gunnison
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

The Door Through the Sky

A thin black band of cloud hovers high above a solitary monolith that, from a distance, looked like a hole in the sky at the edge of the world.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Bryce Canyon Panorama

I don't like to get up before dawn, but Bryce is one of few places i've been where it's worth it to see the sunrise.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Yellow Flower Still LIfe

It's been so long i can't remember what flower this is. It was on the side of our house when we had a lot of Tiger Lilies, but they were orange. I liked that there was this little entry like a launching tube on a spaceship. The shaft had sticky nectar around it to catch pollen.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Smith Rock State Park

A hiker enjoys a stroll in Smith Rock State Park, Oregon.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Turret Arch

Turret Arch at sunset
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Black Humps

A pair of humpback whales in Resurrection Bay, Alaska
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Braided River

Gold Forests light up in the sun above the eastern end of the Matanuska River
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Red Butte Wilderness

There are no trails in the Red Butte Wilderness but there are a limitless number of Manzanita Bushes.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Snow Wedge Under The Throne

Looks like an avalanche was wedged apart on The Great White Throne
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Avian Shroud (detail)

This dome of rock in the Chiswell Archipelago was engulfed in an eternal cloak made up of thousands of sea birds. you can see some of them on both sides of the rock where the contrast with the sky helps them stand out.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

The Road to Nebesna

There is nothing at Nebesna but an old abandoned mine on private property, and a hunting lodge. The road though, is 60 miles and dead ends there. But if you are looking for nowhere, this is the road to get you there.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Snow on No-Mans Land

High up in no-man’s land the sun is making quick work of exposed slopes
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

The Mighty Bear Glacier

The Bear Glacier is a "large" glacier, in some places several miles wide. It pours into a quickly growing lake behind the full grown forest in the distance.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Green Resplendent Quetzal

Sometimes you are ridiculously lucky. I had set out in the morning with the goal of finding some elusive Resplendent Quetzals in the cloud forests of Panama below the continental divide, just a few miles from Costa Rica. And then, within an hour i found TWO building a nest together in this tree!
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Zion’s High Wildlands

My favorite places in the world are in Zion's wild highlands and high wildlands. It reminds me at times of exploring the stone version of a glacier.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Mossy Gorge 2

Another shot of the secret gorge.
1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Sockey Salmon

1

For print and purchase options Go To Store

Sunset Arches

Sunlight streams through arches and illuminates pillars of Arches National Park

_P8A2390

Page number navigation

Inspired by Tenth Muse Design