(Snohomish, WA) An early morning photography quest in sub-freezing temperatures revealed a heart-warming surprise on the last day of November. While looking for snow geese in local farm fields, something else caught my eye while I drove along Lowell-Snohomish River Road. At first, I noticed a car parked alongside the road. Had the driver simply… Continue reading Enchanting photo features deer resting with cattle
(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… Continue reading Northern Lights dazzle in Snohomish, Washington
(Oso, WA) It’s been nearly 2-months since the devastating Oso mudslide killed 41-people and left two others missing. These pictures were taken during the early evening of Thursday, May 15th.
(Edmonds, WA) While working on a video project in Edmonds on Monday, I also had the opportunity to shoot some pictures. I thought I’d share some of those photos here. Earlier in the day, I’d actually wondered if I’d have any luck, at all, with the weather. In Snohomish, it had been raining intermittently throughout the… Continue reading Photos: Sun-splashed Edmonds, WA
(Silvana, WA) Passing through the Silvana area on a rain-soaked day in late February may not sound exciting; but even a wet, winter day gets my adrenaline going in Silvana. That’s because the Bald Eagles always seem to be perched in trees along the Stillaguamish River. Lots of Eagles. I often simply open my sunroof… Continue reading Oh, Silvana! Where Bald Eagles delight
Christian Sasse loves pushing the limits. He shattered a world-record when he imaged the most distant object from earth ever captured by an amateur-sized telescope. Now, he’s taking aim at producing some magnificent wildlife photography. This latest chapter in Sasse’s adventurous life began to unfold shortly after he moved to British Columbia in 2011. That same… Continue reading Record-setting amateur astronomer now a rising star in Bald Eagle photography