Last month I visited Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge in Southern New Mexico. I was very excited about this trip because this is one of the most remarkable wildlife refuges in North America, and even though my expectations were very high, I was not disappointed, on the contrary, I was pleasantly surprised both … Continue reading Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico.
This is a brief post about driving from the San Francisco Bay Area to Yellowstone National Park that might be useful for people that want to visit Yellowstone but, like it happened to me, are undecided about going by car or by plane. My trip took place this past July and the places and wildlife … Continue reading Driving to Yellowstone from The San Francisco Bay area.
I’ve had a fascination with lighthouses since I was a child and always enjoy photographing them. This one is located in Point Reyes, in a very remote and windy location. This time, as usual, it was very windy, foggy and wet. I made some shots and I was so mesmerized by the Ocean and the … Continue reading Photographing The Lighthouse at Point Reyes
I had been planning this image for a while. Stars are a beautiful subject to photograph but also deeply fascinating and, in many ways, mysterious. The place I chose to take this shot from was ideal but what I didn’t know is that I was not supposed to be there at night and a few … Continue reading Milky Way Over Lake Tahoe
Landscape photography sometimes is not just about finding an interesting place but more often than not is about making a place interesting by finding the right lighting conditions This place is about 20 minutes from Carmel Valley on the California coast. I recently learned that the bridge was built in 1932. I visited this area … Continue reading Bixby Bridge Under Moonlight
The Bristlecone Pines rank as the oldest living trees on Earth, some of them exceed 4000 years of age and in California they are located in a remote area close to the Nevada border called The White Mountains. The road that goes up to about 10,000 feet to reach this forest is called White Mountains … Continue reading Photographing The Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest
Last Spring I visited Death Valley National Park for the first time, after many years wanting to do it , I really felt it was the right time for this trip. Unless you are coming from Las Vegas, it feels like a very remote place to reach. Once I turned west from Hwy 395, as … Continue reading The Roads of Death Valley