Monday, March 31, 2008

fishing green river, utah


perch (cabelas tank)

small mouth bass (i think)

Flaming Gorge Dam

pee break/pine watering

This is why they call it the Green River. I didn't edit this shot at all that is what it looks like. It could be 30 feet deep and you can see all of the fish below you as if it were glass, it is so amazing there.

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

More jeep safari in Moab

this is called escalator, it's a lot more difficult than it looks

Potato salad was the hang out for thousands to watch people do this, but the real reason people come is for the small chance of seeing someone roll, or break their vehicle.

gotta teach m' young

I love this shot of some spectators at sunset, double click it and see the detail

Monday, March 24, 2008

Moab Jeep Safari

I will tell a little more about our trip in my next post tomorrow.
I took this the first night we got there, super sweet full moon

Same night a little longer exposure

One of the choice guys at the safari

This was taken at a place called potato salad, a buggy trying to get to the top of the run.

Sup baby!

My buddy Jory took this while I was driving the trails

Another photo thanks to Jory, I was just climbing this here rock n' crap. My little Sami will go anywhere!

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Killin' me

It is killing me that I don't have the time to go out and shoot right now. I took a quick trip down the street to take some pics yesterday, I just wish I could take more.

This super rad door was on an old barn.... I want it as my front door to my house!

Monday, March 10, 2008

It's been a while

I haven't posted anything for a while because I started work  and I have zero time to shoot new things, and it is driving me soo crazy!  Hopefully I will have some new stuff soon.

Last week Justin Hackworth  invited me to attend a group named the salt lake 7
I was so stoked to hang out with a whole bunch of guys that know what they are talking about.  I don't think I said more than 50 words the whole night because I was just listening and learning the whole 4 hours we met.  It was a good way to get good criticism from other people that know their stuff. We meet once a month and hopefully it will be an opportunity for me to show my stuff in a gallery this fall... It's a great start for me and Kent Miles is a great mentor along with all of the other guys in the group.

I love this one of Ash

This cemetery in Mexico is classic because all of the gravestones are above the ground so they are lavished little cities for the dead.

Monday, March 3, 2008

wind storm

It's hard to believe that the wind was blowing over 30 mph while I was shooting these photos. It was sooooooo cold, the wind chill made it like 200 below.

I took these at work as the sun was going down.