Monthly Archives: August 2012

New Print Display Option & Sale!

After nearly two years of searching, brainstorming, and prototyping, I have finally settled on a new print display method that I am extremely happy with. To share my excitment with you, I am putting all 15x23in and larger prints that … Continue reading

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Life Behind a Waterfall

This past month has been exceptionally busy for me, so I apologize for not sharing any images and stories in a while! I recently returned from a trip to the Southwest with my girlfriend Aubrey, where we explored some slot … Continue reading

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Life Behind a Waterfall

This past month has been exceptionally busy for me, so I apologize for not sharing any images and stories in a while! I recently returned from a trip to the Southwest with my girlfriend Aubrey, where we explored some slot … Continue reading

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L’Armani hotel a Milano

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Cascade Paradise

Last week I was finally able to get out and enjoy the mountains for the first time since my trip to the Goat Rocks in July. For this trip Aubrey and I decided to do part of the Alpine Lakes … Continue reading

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Alitalia: Pasqua – prenotazioni in aumento per Alitalia ed Air One

M.V. Anno X – Nr 518 del 04.04.2012 Per le festivit

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The Amazon is a cloud factory

(ANSA) – Rome, 31 AUG – the Amazon forests behave as natural factories: rich in potassium salts cloud particles emitted by plants encourage the increase of particles around which clouds are formed. The discovery, made by a group of international … Continue reading

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Bionic eye in Australia

(ANSA) – SYDNEY, 30 Aug Australian specialists have successfully implemented a Bionic eye prototype in a woman suffering from profound visual impairment, retinitis pigmentosa, an inherited disorder. It is the first time in the world this device is implanted behind … Continue reading

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Into the Heart of the Earth

One of the primary goals of my trip to the Southwest was to do some technical canyons with Aubrey. We started with Pine Creek Canyon, a classic, and relatively straightforward for newcomers to canyoneering. After a few rappels came the … Continue reading

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Meadow Song

A few weeks ago I visited the fields of blooming Balsamroot and Lupine in Columbia Hills State Park. While listening to a symphony of Western Meadowlarks greeting the morning sun, Adam Gibbs (a friend and photographer from Vancouver) said to … Continue reading

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