Joshua Tree National Park is one of my very favorite local places. It’s the place I run to for a quick get away, even if it’s just for the afternoon and some night shots....
I’ve long heard stories about military jets making training runs out in Death Valley. After having a brush with a few of the jets myself while out at the U2 Joshua Tree earlier this...
Many, many moons ago… about 26 years ago to be more precise, 3 generations of women got into a Mazda 626 and made the long trek up the I-5 to Washington State.
There’s one place I’ve wanted to visit for the longest time, that place is Bodie Ghost Town.
One of the things I love most about photography is finding new and unexpected places to visit.
Imagine being transported back to the jurassic period where ferns cover high walls and water drips down from above into the creek below. There is such a place along the Northern California coast.
Of all the places I visited this summer, Victorian Ferndale was one of my favorites.
Sometimes you find the most interesting things in the most unlikely of places. Tucked away in a small park down by the water in San Pedro, California you’ll find the Korean Bell of Friendship.
I’ll show you a place. High on the desert plain, where the streets have no name.
I was 17 and a senior in high school when U2’s The Joshua Tree was released in early 1987.
If you blink while driving along US Route 395 in California’s Mohave Desert, you might miss an important historical site. After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941, President Franklin D.