Stories From Our Adventures
The Lighthouse ArtCenter Tequesta and Bob Gibson present an eight week photography adventure culminating in a gallery exhibition. This fun, hands-on course will meet Weds from 9am to noon to…Read More . . .
A patch of fog is streaming between the towering Sequoias transforming the overhead sunlight into what landscape photographers call “God rays” and scientists call crepuscular rays. Its a “hurry up…Read More . . .
Getting to the bottom of a 250 foot waterfall requires climbing down 250 feet of muddy terrain and then back up again. This obvious calculation did not cross my mind…Read More . . .
Raging surf. Relentless winds. Coastal Fog. Offshore Sea Stacks. Unpredictable weather. The south coast of Oregon is not for everyone, but after one amazing photo trip its now my favorite…Read More . . .
The night was dark and clear. The time: 5:10am—T-minus 20 minutes until the launch of a powerful Atlas V rocket. The place: Canaveral Seashore 24 miles north of Kennedy Space…Read More . . .
Photographing the Brown Bears of Hallo Bay, Alaska is an experience every serious nature photographer will cherish.Read More . . .
Photomasters Workshops offers Grand Teton and Yellowstone Photography in Spring to capture snow covered mountains and large herds of Elk.Read More . . .
A Sandhill Crane chick emerges from its nest to follow its parents across a grassy marsh. A brood of newborn Anhingas nesting in a bushy mangrove awaken to breakfast. A fledgling…Read More . . .
Now, During March, April and May Florida’s most spectacular birds are congregating to mate and nest. Wildlife photographers of all skill levels are invited to enjoy the best possible time to…Read More . . .
Want to capture both a sunset and moonrise in one outing? Just choose a date a few days ahead or behind a full moon. Look up the sunset time in…Read More . . .