Who would expect so much diversity in the desert. Only by doing can we truly see.
Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to get a view like this? Or any of the other countless views exclusively available to birds.
You notice the animals, the subtle winds, and for a few minutes you are solely focused on the your surroundings.
I’ve seen pictures of them, but to actually have the chance to capture my own images of the grey whales was truly amazing.
Sometimes travel is scarier thatn others, what do you do when your van is swarmed by bees?!
Quickly I stumbled through my bag to grab all of the necessary ingredients to cook up this tasty timelapse of a sunset in Mexico.
Ever seen a river delta at it’s lowest tide? What about at it’s highest? How about a timelapse of it doing all of it’s magicalness? Open this post and you will have!
Ever been camping in the desert? If not, Joshua Tree National Park is a great place to start.
Hundreds of them lazing in the sunshine!!! What are they up to? and most importantly, what does this scene sound like?!! This is elephant seal mating season
We all know what happens at lovers point. We take really nice sunrise pictures, get your mind out of the gutter!
Wait for it…. wait for it…. and BOOM, explosions in the sky at Boulder Land Joshua Tree, California.
The world is lush with unique animals and species. Birds of the world brings all of our feathered friends together.
Looking for a wide angle in the canon lens series? The EF 17-40mm f/4L USM may be everything you want!