This shot would not have been possible without my jeep. I was driving back from a cold and rainy morning at Virginia Lakes when I noticed a road that I saw on my fall colors report and decided to check it out. I found myself completely surrounded by tree tunnels. Some parts of the trail were pretty gnarly from all the rain but it was all worth it in the end.
This was one of those moments that only lasted a few minutes. It was cloudy and not much of this lake had started to change colors for the fall. The sun peaked through the clouds and touched down onto the only trees that had begun their transformation for the season. I laughed saying to myself “no way is this happening right now.” And then this kayak launched into the water. This is exactly why I love photography. Have a radical weekend everyone.
When you travel by yourself, your vehicle finds itself becoming an instagram model trying to sell you some fit-tea or teeth whitening products. I rarely post photos of my jeep on here but I think I’m going to start including more about me on this page. I love my jeep and I love fall. The perfect combo.
Fall does exist in California. I just got back from a road trip up and down the 395 in search of the changing leaves. I was overwhelmed with my surroundings since I’ve never really seen fall happen since I moved to LA 8 years ago. Take the drive and explore this beautiful state.
Here’s something different. I was recently given the opportunity to photograph the first day of @vanswarpedtour. I’ve never photographed anything like this before so it was definitely a learning experience for me. Running from stage to stage in the heat, dodging crowd surfers, making new friends. It was a really radical day. Here are some of my favorites. Have an awesome weekend everyone.
What you don’t see in this photo are the 7 other photographers all standing next to each other on a narrow pathway in the cold for hours. It’s nice meeting other people who share the same interests as you in the middle of nowhere. If you look to the right of this shot, you’ll see a shooting star. This is a single exposure with the following settings. Post in LR.