Kennecott, Alaska

A collection of shots that I’m still catching up on from last winter’s trip, this bunch from around Wrangell-St. Elias, a remote national park in Alaska, as well as the remains of a lot of mining history and abandoned structures dotted along the Alaskan and Yukon wilderness.

The remains of an old roadhouse somewhere along the Yukon highway.
The ruins of a concentration mill, 7 stories into a hill, overlooking a serene frozen lake.


It’s wonderful the gov’t stepped up to preserve this amazing slice of American history, the Kennecott copper mining town, overlooking a massive glacier.


A trestle towards an old mining town hangs on to its last legs in the remote Wrangell-St. Elias National Park in Alaska. 



Arkansas is Awesome!

Wanted to share some pics from a stop over in Arkansas on my last cross country tour.  A huge thanks to the Chappell’s for taking me in, Cynthia for making me feel right at home down south and Charles for showing me some great spots and hikes in the Buffalo River Valley.  Can’t wait to see ya’ll again soon!
Some old farming buildings long since abandoned in the Buffalo River Valley.  
Blanchard Springs, in the Ozarks region, as fresh as it gets!
Getting a shower Arkansas style at Hemmed-in Hollow.  At 209 ft., its the tallest waterfall between the Rockies and Appalachia.
Floating down the Buffalo.
Catching a sweet storm over the rolling hills of the Ozarks.  

10,000′ Up to 200′ Below – White Mountains to Death Valley

 At 10,000 feet up in the White mountains, high above the tree line, these ancient bristlecone pines have been documented to live up 5,000+ years, making them the world’s oldest living organism.   
 After running around through the Inyo forest for awhile, I headed down into the Eureka Valley, 
to visit the tallest sand dunes in the US, looming 700 ft over the dry lake they inhabit.
 The Racetrack Playa in Death Valley, unfortunately, the strange phenomena that occurs here with the sailing stones is nearly at an end due to assholes stealing souvenirs.
A long road home….

Tonlé Sap & Siem Reap, Cambodia

Just south of Siem Reap lies Tonlé Sap, Southeast Asia’s largest lake.  Designated a UNESCO site, it harbors more than just an amazing array of animals.  Since the lake and connecting river reverse flow twice a year and it goes from empty to enormous depending on the season, local fisherman have formed an entire town floating on the lake’s surface, with schools, stores, and even an alligator farm. 

Roadtrippin’ USA – Part 1 of ??

I recently headed home for the holidays, and as I’ve always loved a good road trip, packed up the car with my buddy Wes and headed east for Pennsylvania.  I’ve since travelled 11,000 miles and taken 2 months on the road and already made the journey home, but I’ve been bad about blogging.  The first few images I’ve posted below, but will have much more soon to follow as soon as I develop my film.  Stay tuned!
 Hamilton Pool near Austin, Texas
 Wes looking pensive in Great Dunes Nat’l Park, Colorado
 A long journey ahead, Great Dunes..
 A fantastic park with crazy amounts of diverse landscapes, Capitol Reef Park, Utah
Fall frozen under early ice 
A hydroelectric power plant, Colorado maybe? 
 Near Gypsum, Colorado
Year another long journey ahead, Wes at Great Dunes..

Washington State (as of 12.06.11)

I’ve been wandering Washington State for the last two weeks, from the Olympic Pennisula to the Palouse on its eastern edge, this is a pretty fantastic place.  
 Kessner Homestead, Quinault Forest
 Ranch at the Palouse
 Hoh Rainforest
Have never seen nights this clear before. 
 Lake Quinault, Olympic Rainforest
 Northern Spotted Owl
 Great Blue Heron
 Second Beach, La Push
 Mt. Rainier
First Beach, La Push 
 Cape Kiwanda
 Hoh Rainforest
 Quinault Rainforest
 Rialto Beach
 Palouse Falls
 Kessner Homestead
Thou mayest. 
 First Beach
 Near Forks
 Near Cottonwood
 Lagoon at Hoh
Eastern State 
Second Beach 
Rialto Beach 
The plants are all underwater, lagoon at Quinault
 Hoh Trail towards Mt. Olympia
 Ranch at the Palouse
 First Beach
So the moon is fading, think I’ll spend some time in Seattle and get in a bit of civilization awhile, then start working my way back down south…

The American Southwest (as of 12.04.15)

 The Bisti Badlands, UT
 Outside Tucson, AZ
 Arches Nat’l Park, UT
 The Balanced Rock, see me for scale?
 White Sands, NM
 View from the Hoover Dam
 The Very Large Array, radio telescope, NM
 After 5 years of nocturnal photography, I finally got a chance to play with lightning, thanks White Sands
Sedona, AZ 
 The most phallic image I’ve ever taken…
 Back in Bisti
West Fork trail, Sedona, AZ 

Hope this view was worth it, shortly after an 80 mph wind gust decided to topple and shatter one of my cameras into half a dozen pieces… 

Cathedral Rock, Sedona, AZ 
 Painted landscape, high atop a mountain in Arches
 Power grid at Hoover Dam