[Continued from Proof of Life Photography – Part 1]
We turned onto Mt. Baker Highway at Bellingham, heading for a bend in the Nooksack River in northern Washington. On clear days, the snow-tipped Mount Baker looms over the road … Read the rest
Moving to the Pacific Northwest changed nearly everything about my photography. When we left San Francisco, with mixed feelings for sure, I consoled myself with the idea of photographing species I’d never seen in the Bay Area — like Bald … Read the rest
I joke (but it’s true) that my best eagle and osprey in moments in the Northwest happen in silhouette. There’s the issue of light, and how low and flat it tends to be in the winter. There’s also the issue … Read the rest
We came upon this scene on a Seattle area beach . . . a small stretch of private community beach where we have a pass.
Planted on the pebbles, way far away, too far for my 70-300mm lens, we watched … Read the rest
I was shooting in the fog — the silhouettes of crows foraging at low tide — when every bird on the beach suddenly flushed and flew into the mist.
I’ve been photographing shorebirds long … Read the rest