Travel Journals

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I won't necessarily call myself a travel photographer, because I'm quite partial to a studio atmosphere, however, I would confidently say that I am a traveller that does more than just your typical sightseeing with a camera when I do go outdoors. If I can find a reason to take a long walk, on or off, the beaten trail, I'll usually do that instead. Why? Well, because I like to ask myself the question, "What am I not seeing here? What's in this location that I've never seen before?" This usually gets me in close to the textures, or it gets me out and expansive into the ‘feeling’ of an environment. I can look at a scene, with new perspective, and become totally taken, as in fascinated by it. I used to think that once you've seen one mountain, you've seen them all, but that would be totally wrong. It all depends on how attached you are to seeing what you want to see, which I'm not.

I want to experience something from a new angle and I'll bet you do too, so have fun exploring the journal writings from this section.

Journal cover with abstract art called Burnt Orange

Burnt Orange
Abstraction. AZ

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Grit Rocks
Badlands, AB

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Mono Tone
Mono Lake, CA

Journal cover of Lake Abert

Reflections on
Lake Abert, OR

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Sailboat
Maui, HI

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Yes Sir
El Capitan, CA

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Writing soon...

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