My trip up north had one priority, get a Grand Canyon lightning strike. It’s certainly a great goal to have for any storm chasing trip, but for the Canyon, that’s asking a lot.
Tonight was a fun night photographing Superstition Mountain lightning. A last minute decision to drive out to one of my favorite areas paid off.
Last night I found myself in a familiar spot, photographing the Arizona Desert Lightning. It felt great to finally be out for another year of chasing the Arizona Monsoon.
Last night I was able to get out and photograph the Milky Way over Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument. The night was perfect for shooting a starscape.
This beautiful supercell thunderstorm in Lamesa Texas was a big highlight for my recent stormchasing trip. I spent 4 days chasing the panhandle and southern areas of west Texas.
This large monsoon storm in the desert was a beast of a storm to witness. Dropping a large amount of much needed rain and a little lightning in the Arizona desert it was the highlight of a long chase night.
All of my images are still uploading as I write this but I did manage to get one Thunderbirds photo edited. It was great day for the air show and the Thunderbirds didn’t disappoint. They were amazing to watch along with the other performers. Stay tuned as I get the other images edited and will…
This morning’s adventure started at 3am with the hopes of photographing the Milky Way over the Superstition Mountains. As you can see from above my “starry night” hunt was a success.
Last night I managed to capture the Perseids and the Milky Way all in one shot. I wasn’t sure at the time it happened, but one look at the back of my camera confirmed my hopes.
You can’t beat a San Diego skyline. This past weekend we spent a few days in one of my favorite cities, can you guess which city that is?