My friend Drew and I were suppose to go hiking this morning but we both slept in because we are exhausted students but anyway we decided to get coffee where both he and Ashley work and I get there a little bit after him and I see him behind the bar and he is like I already ordered your soy latte (he remembered what I order in the mornings :)) and he had gotten us my favorite table! Good friends are good and even though I have 5 exams this week I feel like this week will be very good.
Also my girlfriend is working and she is wearing my shirt and she brought me my drink and a scone and like oy. AND SHE IS PLAYING GROWN WOMAN LIKE OOOOYYYYYY.
A tour of a few swimming holes in the Texas Hill Country. Blue Hole, Jacobs Well, and Pedernales Falls State Park. Taken with an old Canon 35mm point and shoot.
Traditional tools used at the North American Institute of Swiss Watchmaking, in Forth Worth.
Mark Mahaney for the New York Times
'Hiking' through the Narrows, Zion National Park. 16 miles of bliss.
I love living in the woods
Green Hanging Cacti, 2013
Watercolor paints/pencils and oil pastels on paper
Just one of many things I can’t resist
Canon 5D Mk II | Fuji X-E2
Your landscape photography is fantastic, but you also shoot downhill skateboarding events. Tell us a little about the sport and why you enjoy photographing it in such scenic environments.
For the most part it is skaters riding gravity down mountainous roads. I’m endlessly inspired by the way riders use and respond to the road. Even the roads themselves are inspiring, they can be beautiful structures designed to over come the brutality of nature. Seeing riders blast down an epic, scenic road is an art form unto itself. From a photographic stand point what’s not to like? Action, leading lines and a beautiful backdrop.