Galleries - KAG

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  • Liquid Gold

    A warm sunset backlights this wave from El Porto, a famous surfing beach in Manhattan Beach, California.

  • Sunrise Aerial Image of the Santa Monica Pier

    This was an amazing capture! The air was so clear that you can see Century City and even Downtown Los Angeles in this aerial image of the Santa Monica Pier.

  • Steinway B, piano plate (known as the harp), bolts and rim of the piano.

    Tamron 90 mm, at 90 mm f/5, 2500 ISO, Canon 7D Mark II

  • Dark Wave

    A rolling wave provides the way into a dark landscape of Manhattan Beach, California. Look closely for the six surfers and the helicopter. The Hermosa Beach Pier is in the background. This image is currently on display at the Torrance Art Museum in Torrance California.

  • First light, Rocky Mountain National Park

    This was my first stop of the day after driving almost two hours from Denver. I got to the Rocky Mountain Park gates at 5:30 am, they were open, entrance was free, and the park was pitch black. I drove down a long, narrow, windy, dark road for 20 minutes. Then I hiked in the dark with my Pelican headlamp up a trail to get this shot. Unfortunately, my ballhead fell off my tripod so I had to improvise on rocks to steady this shot! It all worked out, and I'm delighted with this result. Getting up very early was critical to get the still water in this shot.

  • View from 12,000 feet

    Rocky Mountain National Park, near Trail Ridge Road.

  • Panama City, Panama.

    A door from Casco Antiquo, the old quarter of Panama City. The district is going through a major renovation where the facades are maintained but the insides are updated.

  • Temple Bar District, Dublin, Ireland.

    The Temple Bar District is a major center for nightlife in Dublin. The area retained its' medieval street pattern and cobblestoned streets. The area likely got its name from the Temple family, the first provost of Trinity College Dublin.

  • Saint Patrick's Cathedral

    The main altar at the magestic St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland.

  • Professor

    Met this gent in Merrion Square, next to the statue of Oscar Wilde. He is a professor of Irish literature and we had a great chat about Wilde and Irish history. It was such a pleasant and memorable conversation, I pleaded with him to let me take a picture of him.

  • Dublin Street Scene

    This image is timeless to me. Although I took it in 2013, it looks like it could be from the 1940's.

  • A massive ship passes through the Panama Canal. In the background you can see how close the rainforest is to the canal.

  • Old quarter, Panama City

  • Deep into the "Narrows" in Zion National Park, Utah.

    This image was taken several hours into a hike upriver in the world-famous Zion Narrows. Although this water was only ankle deep, I had to trek through water that was waist deep to get to this point. Since it was November and chilly, I rented a dry suit up to my chest, water shoes, a walking stick and a very large dry bag to cover my photography gear. This is among the best hikes in the entire US National Park system. It can only be hiked when there is no chance of rain. The towering Navajo Sandstone walls reach heights of 1000' feet, but do not absorb any water. Consequently, a flash flood miles away can be deadly.

  • Hoodoos, Bryce National Park, Utah

    The sunlight at Bryce Canyon National Park can be blinding at 8000' above sea level. During my visit, a November snow storm beautifully filtered the light illuminating only some of the hoodoos. I loved the storm clouds in the background.

  • Bottom of the Narrows - Zion

    Glad I had my waders and dry bag so I could hop into the water above my waist to get this shot. This was taken at the bottom of the Narrows in Zion. It was my first jump into the water with all my camera gear in a dry bag. I was a bit nervous at first, but it all worked out and my gear was completely dry.

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