Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Desert

Another small set from Joshua Tree National Park:

Curvature

My previous visit to the Salton Sea area yielded a ridiculous amount of images – none of which contained any clouds. I spent the better part of three days shooting in and around the salt-lake, and the entire time there wasn’t a cloud in sight – ridiculous. Thankfully, for my second visit a couple of […]

Good Times

This will be the first of a few collage posts of images from my time in southern California. All but one of the photos in this post are from Joshua Tree National Park – the one exception is the orange tree which is in my inlaws’ backyard in Indio. Mike Olbinski and Chris DeAngelis get […]

Joshua Sunrise

The best part of the one night I spent camping in Joshua Tree was when the sun started to come up and I was forced to get out my freezing cold sleeping bag and go take photos. Sub-freezing overnight temperatures ensured that I didn’t get any sleep, so the rush of finding some good sunrise […]

Cracking Up

When Rick Young turned off the highway and led us down a long dirt road towards the Salton Sea that ran next to an orange orchard, I wasn’t entirely sure that the location would work out. But as it turned out, this portion of the beach had some amazing photo ops and the six of […]