Category Archives: Travel Photography

The Window’s Glow – Travels in Spain

Window Light falling onto the floor in a room at the Alhambra in Granada Spain.

This is an image of a room in the Alhambra in Granada, Spain. I just got back from an amazing 11 day trip all over Spain + stop over in Lisbon, Portugal. My Great Grandfather was born in a town not far from Granada. In many ways I looked at this trip as a way to connect with history. I like this image because in a way I feel it represents that. The window is looking into the future and the room glowing in the warmth of the past.

I’m still trying to get back into the normal swing of things but keep an eye out in the near future for more images and posts from my trip.

Fields of Lavender

Just got back from an awesome 4th of July weekend trip up to Annacortes and San Juan Island in NW Washington. We took the trip up to explore, photograph and relax. We stayed at the Swinomish Casino and Lodge just a little bit outside of Annacortes. The hotel was a great home base for us and had a beautiful view of the water.

Saturday we took the ferry over to Friday Harbor on San Juan Island. What a beautiful place. One of our stops was at the Pelindaba Lavender Farm about 10 minutes outside of town. The fields were stunning, the scents were wonderful, and the atmosphere really peaceful. It was my first time to any of the islands and I can tell already it won’t be my last! I really liked the two images below and wanted to share them with you.

Fields of Lavender


A Photographic Journal: Cambodia | Part 2


If you missed the first post about the temples and ruins in Cambodia, you can check it out here. When we weren’t exploring the temples and ruins we were in Siem Reap at the markets and down along Pub Street eating amazing Cambodian BBQ. READ MORE

A Photographic Journal: Cambodia | (Part 1) The Temples


Cambodia was a really interesting place for us to visit. The people were extremely friendly, the food was great, and the  temples and ruins were breathtaking.

Unfortunately the timing and other circumstances made our stay in Cambodia a little rough. First, my wife had a touch of a cold that made it really hard for her explore like she normally would. I felt bad for her because she pushed herself really far in the heat and humidity to make sure I got to photograph as much as possible. Second, our hotel wasn’t a very good fit for us as travelers. The description online made us make assumptions about the hotel and amenities that weren’t true and forced us to rethink some of our plans. With these two elements at play it made the start of our stay in Cambodia a little stressful. However, the more time we spent in this country the more we grew to like it.


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