Last week I was kindly joined by a friend for coffee and to take some practice portraits. AdvertisementsRead more "Coffeehouse Portraits"
Smoke from wildfires made for a short summer this year. I hit up Bellingham Bay, off Squalicum beach to catch the surreal blood-red sunsets. People in the NW weren’t about to let a little gritty smoke stop their summer fun.Read more "Red Sunset on the Sails"
I saw this girl and her father out at the beach while I was taking my smokey sunset photos. A man with three large, friendly dogs came by and the little girl just went face first into a pile of fur and tongue. I thought it was cute, and no, I don’t know any of […]Read more "Kids n Dogs"
I saw this pair out enjoying the still evening waters off Marine Park in Bellingham.Read more "Paddleboarding Friends"
Molly (dog) has known Sara (kid) since before she was born. Now Sara is seven and Molly is old. They don’t play chase like they used to, but the two share a never-ending affection. I was lucky enough to capture a sweet moment between the two. Speaking of corgis, Molly and I visited a local […]Read more "Kids-n-Corgis"
I should have expected so many people to be out in the park on the first sunny day we’ve had in months. I had simply wanted photos of the bridge from certain angles without anyone in the frame, but that proved nearly impossible, especially as daylight quickly faded. These photos were taken to work on […]Read more "Whatcom Falls Park: Gawkers and Walkers"
Sneaked in a few slow-shutter shots as daylight slipped away. The falls are a very popular local spot which makes it very difficult to take photos without people in the frame.Read more "Whatcom Falls Park: Lower Falls"