This week Beyond 90 Seconds interviewed retried Albuquerque police sergeant Dan Klein. These days, Klein writes opinion pieces for a New Mexico news blog. Klein has been interviewed by Rolling Stone for a story about police body cameras. He is also an expert concerning unclaimed property, and owns a business that specializes in putting unclaimed […]
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Armed with several cameras, lenses and a myriad of other accessories, photographers Christian Sasse and Jack Molan arrived in Dutch Harbor, Alaska on Saturday to embark on a unique bald eagle photography adventure. Sasse’s pack includes a camera that shoots a thousand frames per second, allowing for a super slow-motion look at bald eagles, […]
Listen On Vancouver Island, a familiar bald eagle nest is suddenly home to a most unfamiliar scene. The eagle parents are not only busy feeding three eaglets in that nest. They’re also feeding a baby red tailed hawk! How it all came to be remains a mystery. But there’s no doubt about who’s been capturing some […]
(Snohomish, WA) Simple settings can make for some wonderful sunsets. A single tree. Freshly turned earth. Recently planted corn. That’s all I need when photographing within the tranquility along Springhetti Road. Tuesday evening’s sunset did not disappoint.
Photos of Memorial Day 2017 taken at the General Army of the Republic (GAR) Cemetery in Snohomish, Washington.
(Snohomish, WA) We’re fortunate to view of lot of nature’s wonder in the Pacific Northwest. But two prized moments have long eluded me in my 53 years: the site of orcas in Puget Sound, and witnessing the Northern Lights. Well, I can finally cross one of those long-held dreams off the ol’ bucket list. And […]