Welcome to Iconic Landscapes
This website is dedicated to my passion for
landscape photography. I've included several galleries of my work from the
past four years. I have also included some links to web sites that I
regularly visit and photographers whose work I admire. I hope you enjoy
the site and, of course, your comments on how I can improve the site are always
welcome. You can contact me at
Update 10/2007 - In August
I took a trip with a large family group to Alaska. It was my first
trip to Alaska and as you might expect, I was overwhelmed by the size
and scale of this wilderness. The first stop on the trip was a bus
tour of Denali National Park. We managed to get great weather and
had great views of the mountain and of the abundant wildlife in the
park. A long but scenic drive back to Anchorage was made more
interesting by the lack of gas stations along the road. After
spending a night in Anchorage, we drove to the town of Homer where we
spent the rest of the vacation. On one day I took a bear viewing
excursion to Kenai National Park and another day was spent on a day trip
to Halibut Cove. On the final day we took a day cruise out of
Seward to see some of the most spectacular scenery in the fjord country.
The wildlife was everywhere on the cruise and views of glaciers were
spectacular. I invite you to take a look at my images from
this trip which are now posted in the Gallery.
Update 11/2007 - In October
I met up with my favorite workshop leader,
Steve Kossack, and about 10
other workshop participants to explore Great Smoky National Park.
The fall color was great as were the participants. Steve has a
strong repeat business, so about 7 of the 10 were repeat customers, with
3 or so being new to the group. If I'm counting correctly this is
my sixth workshop with Steve, and we're looking forward to 2008.
I've posted my pictures from the trip. As can be expected in fall
we were held back a bit by changing weather conditions and did get
rained on a couple of times. Unfortunately our two trips to
Clingman's Dome were both completely fogged in, so no shots from there
on this trip. Hope you enjoy these images, and as always, your
comments and questions are always welcomed.