Last week we took a trip from the Seattle area to Vancouver to visit Capilano Suspension Bridge Park and found that it is well worth the drive.
Getting to the Winchester Mountain Lookout in the North Cascades, Mt. Baker area is harder on your car than it is on your legs. The drive to the top involves a seven mile, single lane dirt road with some big potholes and more than a few washout areas. That said, once you arrive at the trail head the rest of the trip is a snap.
From Mt. Pilchuck Lookout you can see Mt. Rainier, Seattle, Everett, the Olympic Range, the San Juan Islands, Mt. Baker and the North Cascades. Mix in a deep orange sunset and some strawberry cotton candy clouds and you have a landscape photographers dream.
This Maui sunset time lapse video below was shot in Ka’anapali beach in July. I didn’t have a tripod and ended up having to use an empty bottle of Kona Brewing Pineapple IPA. If you haven’t seen them, the sunsets on Maui are unbelievable: I’m happy with how this turned out, all things considered. At […]
Watching the sunrise from Haleakala on Maui was a checklist item, one of the first ones finished on the 2017 bucket list. I’m continuing with my time lapse photography experiments. You can click here to see all of them using the #timelapse tag. In this case, the video was shot with an iPhone and at […]