Yearly Archives: 2011

by Scott Sady Monique and I set off Sunday in search of fall colors. We knew that the aspens were looking good around South Lake and Sabrina Lake near Bishop, but when we got down there, we found a brief storm a few days ago had frozen the turning leaves and made them go an…

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by Scott Sady Day 1: Green Lakes trail head over Virginia Pass. Our first day started easily enough at Green lakes trail-head. Starting elevation was 7800 feet. We followed the trail to Green Lakes, then cross country to Virginia pass at 10550 ft. There was a decent use trail up to the pass and down…

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284 miles to the nearest Starbucks. That’s what my GPS said as I hit the road fuzzy-eyed after camping out in the middle of Southern Utah. I would have better luck getting a cup of coffee on the moon. Utah truly is the land that caffeine forgot. Let me back up a second. Monique and…

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Last week I got a call from an old college friend of mine. Dan Cearley and I worked together a lot when I was a photographer for the Associated Press in Guatemala. Dan was, at that time, a forensic anthropologist working on digging up mass graves for a human rights organization. Fast forward 10 years…

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As the midway point of what really has been an epic season so far, I thought I’d post up a few of the recent shots I have done for Mt. Rose and also open up a call for models. Most of the early season, I have to admit to being a little lazy photographically. We…

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