Who’s afraid of the big, bad…um…sandhill crane?

Firstly, let me apologize for the quality of these images. I had no intention of doing any photography on that hot, bright Yellowstone afternoon. When my fiancee Jill and I camp in Yellowstone, we usually have very early mornings and very late … [Read more...]

Aliens in Glacier National Park?

This photo experience was so freaky. I mean just look at them. Scariest things ON EARTH! I’m kidding, these bighorn sheep are not so scary at all, and are such gentle and shy creatures. For the most part. In this experience, I found them quite … [Read more...]

The Best Open Tundra Hiking In The World

Denali National Park is located at 64◦ North Latitude, not too far from the Arctic Circle. Tree line ranges from 2000 ft to 3000 feet. Unlike lower latitudes, you are in the open tundra quickly. The great Alaska Range is truly astounding.  Mt. … [Read more...]

Trying To Get My House Finished In Time!!

Beavers have been creating wetlands for thousands of years. Here in Denali National Park, I have been observing Beavers at Horseshoe Lake for several years. The beavers have grown comfortable with me as I observe them scrambling to get their bank … [Read more...]

Hiking With The Grizzlies

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National Park Images: What do you focus on?

When it comes to National Park images, I shoot the full spectrum of subjects. I love to shoot the epic landscapes, the local wildlife, and those amazing natural features that seem to individually define each park.  Unknowingly, I've also captured, to … [Read more...]

Denali National Park is Born

At the end of the Park Road in Denali National Park, there is a small community known as Kantishna. In 1903, gold was discovered there. Nearly 3000 people came there to mind gold and in this total wilderness, they turned to harvesting the local … [Read more...]

Caribou – Denali National Park

  Caribou live in extreme northerly latitudes.  These caribou are roaming on the open tundra in Denali National Park in the Fall. … [Read more...]

Yosemite Valley on foot

Yosemite Valley offers two distinct types of experiences for visitors exploring the Park on foot. There are countless hikes in the moderate to strenuous category that make for an unbelievable trip for experienced hikers and backpackers. But we … [Read more...]

Blondielocks and the Three Bears

We saw a mass of cars filling a parking lot near the petrified tree. Previously, where there were cars big critters were making an appearance. Parking the car near a National Park film crew van we made our way down a wooded path getting excited for … [Read more...]