Sunday, June 24, 2018

Peshastin Pinnacles

Peshastin Pinnacles rise majestically over the verdant videyards of the Wenatchee Valley. Erosion is slowly revealing these massive sandstone formations from the grassy foothills of the snow capped Cascade Mountains. Though popular mostly with climbers, the pinnacles are also a great spot for hiking and bird watching, as many avian species flit and wheel around the twisted spires.


Saturday, June 2, 2018

Eyes on Mt. St. Helens - Episode #1: May

This is the first episode of a 6 part monthly series of videos that I'll be filming and publishing over the course of the summer. Utilizing timelapse and aerial photography I will document the changing seasons and dramatic weather of the blast zone from spring through the start of winter.