By Scott How to best photograph the Lava flowing in Volcano National Park on the big island of Hawaii? I’m not going to talk about pixels or f-stops or composition or any of what makes a good photograph, I am going to tell you all the things that I tried to find out before I […]
Category Archives: environment
by Scott Monique and I took a few weeks last fall after our wedding photography season started to wind down to head out and visit Southern Nevada. Despite living in Reno for the last 15 years or so, I have never actually explored any of the desert southwest part of my own state. We headed […]
We didn’t get out into the backcountry last year because we had such a busy summer and I vowed that will never happen again. Here is the first of several trip reports of photography expeditions from this year’s adventures and I’m sure there are more to come. I’ll break this down into two sections, a […]
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 […]
Photographs and story about the hawk and raptor observation and research program in the Goshute Mountains of Eastern Nevada, run by HawkWatch International.