A lonely lagoon in Patagonia. I was always amazed at how much tide these small bodies of water harnessed. It seemed like the winds at the southern tip of the planet were always howling… it made you feel like you really were at the ends of the world. A beautiful and powerful place. I took this photo back in 2016 in Torres Del Paine National Park – Patagonia (Chilean side).
I’ve always liked this photo for some reason. Even though the framing of the shot is not perfect, I still like the landscape painted by the different colors of horses. I took this photo back in 2016 in Patagonia (Chilean side). I noticed that the horse manes are cut to different lengths. I speculate that this has to do with the level to which the horses are tamed? Not sure…
Fiery maple trees in Richmond, Virginia.
Hanging out with our baby in Grand Teton National Park. This little guy spent a week traveling through Montana and Wyoming and handled it like a champ. Hopefully I’ll have some time to upload some photos and stories soon!
Strolling through Forest Hill Park during a unusually long winter in Richmond.
During the lingering cold months, I dream of sunsets like this one to get me through cabin fever. Paddling season is right around the corner. (Photo taken in La Verendrye Wilderness Area in Quebec, Canada 2016.)
The paine mountains of Chilean Patagonia.
Maple Leaves in Forest Hill Park.
Macro Tomatoes from the backyard.