overlooking tonquin from very, very far
i woke up before dawn and hiked in the dark to watch the sunrise through the arches
southern ontario is never really that bad
the earth offers molten fumaroles and steam vents and we try not to cry
the first instance of a mountain looming over us, forever
so much heat. joshua tree national park, fall 2016. day after the US election.
the dike blocking the view (and stench) of the receding salton sea
consumed by light, literally and figuratively
we got lost but i ended up with these shots so...
less snow, and not/ever frozen. winter of disappointment.
across the way there's a tiny cabin on the slope that you almost can't see
the first night i camped solo i met three men from cedar city and they made me dinner over their fire
you gotta go early in the day to avoid the security
there's something about a giant, neon cross looming over a city
everywhere: columns of ice and strange caves
everything in incredible, visceral detail