When was the last time you waited for just the right moment to make a photograph? By waiting for "just the right moment" we can miss being in the present moment of opportunity to capture something that is unlikely to repeat itself. During a recent trip to the Olympic Peninsula, I was treated to many days of fog, sun fog, spectacular vistas, tides, and ever changing driftwood sculptures. While many photographers wait for perfect light, I prefer to capture and enjoy the moments as I discover them on my journeys. In this blog, I have shared some of those magic moments that are unlikely to be repeated and I have made them last with photography. Photography is the art of capturing something fleeting.
On location: First Beach, LaPush, Washington, out on a log for view of James Island through the fog
and Lake Crescent, Olympic National Park during sunset on a smoke filled evening