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5 Perfect Places for Milky Way Photography in Washington State

Milky Way Season is almost upon us again and while you dust off your gear and prepare, I wanted to share my 5 favorite places for milky way photography in Washington State. These milky way spots are all easy to access and find. I will leave the more ‘secret’ locations
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Wanaka Tree Sunrise

What’s In My Bag – 2020 Gear List

Start of a new decade! Haven’t made many changes but 2019 was a big year for my photography. Took me to places all over the world including Australia, Hong Kong, and New Zealand. I’ve updated the existing notes with some new comments and photos as well. If you’re looking for
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Alabama Hills Milky Way

6 Tips To Improve Your Milky Way Photography

The milky way is such fascinating and such a beautiful subject to capture. It’s a challenging yet highly rewarding experience to photograph the night sky. It’s something I’ve been slowly incorporating into my portfolio over the past couple years and here a few tips and tricks I’ve learned over the
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Glorious day for reflections at Reflection Lake, Mt. Rainier

A Photographer’s Guide to Mount Rainier

The crown jewel of the Cascades. Mount Rainier towers over the surrounding mountains and stands tall even from hundreds of miles away. Just a couple hours from Seattle, Rainier (along with the Olympics) is usually on the bucket list of Washington visitors. Rainier is my most visited place in Washington
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Johnston Ridge Milky Way

Capturing the Milky Way at Mount Saint Helens

It’s been 39 years since the 1980 eruption at Mount Saint Helens. There’s plenty to see and do at the national monument – my favorite being the milky way. The best times to see the Milky Way are earlier in the year when the sky gets dark enough early in
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St Helens Milkyway

Mount St. Helens In May

This year marks the 38th anniversary of the last major eruption of Mount St. Helens. 38 years since the northern face of Mount St. Helens was blown apart, much of the surrounding valley is still recovering as nature slowly reclaims the scorched earth created by the eruption. Last week I
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A Summer In Washington

As short as summers are in the pacific north west, I was lucky enough to be able to get out of town quite a lot and explore all that the PNW has to offer. My first 6 months on the west coast has just ended and I’ve been quite surprised
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