A pictorial journey through creativity, community and craziness.
Every year at the end of August, a temporary city emerges from the Nevada desert. The 60,000 citizens of Black Rock City are encouraged to be radically self-reliant: there is no food, water or electricity, and the only concession to this lack of infrastructure are the Porta-Potties. There is nothing for sale; the city is [...] More →
Clouds Rest — 3,025 m (9,926 ft) — is a massive granite formation just northeast of Half Dome in Yosemite National Park. From its central location you can admire many of Yosemite’s famous landmarks, including Half Dome, 332 m (1,090 ft) below, the Clark Range, the Cathedral Range and Tenaya Lake. Clouds Rest was named by members of the [...] More →
My most popular pic on Flickr right now, almost 9,000 views: The largest living fish species, the whale shark is a filter feeding shark, feeding on plankton, algae and krill. I was therefore in very little danger when I took this shot, although they can grow quite large (this specimen was about 12-14 m (36-40 [...] More →