The Blennerville Windmill, Ireland.
The night I missed my ferry and got stranded on the Aran islands for the night. The Dun Aonghosa cliffs at sunset, worth being stranded for.
The final photo of the @shoottheskies project on day 365. I wasn’t happy with my edit even though it took me 6 hours. Here’s the rebate. 15 50mm f1.4 ISO 1600 photos stitched.
The cliffs of moher in Ireland. I walked the cliffs from beginning to end and back and it’s a place you have to see to believe.
Another photo from the Alaska elopement. Checkered vans, all day laughter, being the witness, and running on mountains… The best! #temilygetsmarried
Yesterday’s elopement wedding on mt Alyeska was perfection.
Eagle cap peak. Wallowa mountains. Now off to Alaska to photograph a wedding elopers on a mountain.
This photo of Mt. Sacajawea and hurricane creek was only lit by the moon. Four 24mm photos stitched. 30 seconds f2.8 iso1600
Slick rock. Wallowa mountains. Oregon. 2 24mm photos stitched, 30 seconds, 10 stop nd.  (at Eagle Cap Wilderness)
The Dun Aonghasa cliffs on Inis Mor island in Ireland are breathtaking. I spent the night shooting the cliffs after I missed my ferry and was stranded on the island for the night.
The last few months I’ve photographed weddings in Ireland, Austin, San Diego, San Francisco, and yesterday in my favorite of all places… Wallowa county Oregon.  (at Wallowa Lake State Park)
Self portrait at the cliffs of moher. #sorrymom
Spent the last week in Ireland exploring the country. The Dark Hedges are some of the coolest trees ever! In Galway now.
Ireland, for the next 2 weeks. photo @thenosyt RIP to my Oldsmobile
The @shoottheskies book has now raised over $95,000 dollars! If you want to pre-order my book & be part of this exciting adventure, go to www.shoottheskies.com/buybook and maybe we can raise 100k?