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At heart, I’m a landscape photographer. I spend most of my time shooting the landscapes of golf courses around the world, but my eyes are always open for landscapes to shoot. Both of my trips to Iceland were planned initially as landscape photography trips, even though on both trips I photographed golf courses, as well. Often, I find landscapes that have nothing to do with golf on golf courses I’m photographing, and at other times, I’ll add a few days to a golf photo trip to explore the area in search of landscapes. Two notable photo trips happened both times I’m had the joy of photographing Kapalua, on Maui.
Other trips… to Maine, New Brunswick (Canada), South Florida Wyoming, Montana and Colorado… were exclusively landscape photo trips. And during 2011-2012, when my wife had a temporary job with a school district south of Salt Lake City, I did a bit of photography for Utah State Parks. Ironically, my first job for Utah State Parks was to photograph Soldier Hollow, host of the 2012 USGA National Public Links Championship. But that became a wonderful year of traveling the state to capture images of Utah’s wonderful state parks.
I always am eager to find new landscapes to capture. I hope you enjoy this sampling.
Bluebonnet Sunrise 1, Texas Hill CountryPrimeval, A Dark Forest at Hong Kong Golf Club, Hong KongArnastapi, Snaefellsness Peninsula, IcelandRainbow Eucalyptus, Maui, HawaiiSunrise on the Plains, Longmont, ColoradoWaterfall, Hana, Maui, HawaiiSchoodic Point, Acadia National Park, MaineBluebonnet Dawn, Texas Hill CountryStream In The Fall, Golf Club of Georgia, Alpharetta, GeorgiaLighthouse 2, Beach Access, Bill Baggs Cape Florida State ParkSchoodic Point, Acadia National Park, MaineSawmill Creek Bridge, MaineGodafoss, Northern Region, IcelandGrass, MIlton, GeorgiaSand Dunes at Snow Canyon, UtahThe Fjord, Northern Region, IcelandBluebonnet Sunrise 2, Texas Hill CountryMakaluapuna Point, Maui, HawaiiBeach Access, Bill Baggs Cape Florida State ParkSentinel in the Fog, East Texas