Waves of fog roll over a neighborhood in Mill Valley, California, as seen from the top of Mount Tamalpais.
A sun kissed blanket of fog flows over a hill on Mount Tamalpais in Marin County, California. Getting this shot involved a steep, moonlit hike several hours before daybreak. I used a long shutter speed and a 6-stop neutral density filter to capture the movement of the fog. If you look closely, San Francisco's Sutro Tower is visible on the horizon.
A bed of fog flows westward over Mount Tamalpais on a January morning.
Although summertime is known to be "fog season" in the San Francisco Bay Area, this image was made in the middle of winter. Tule fog forms inland during the colder, wetter months. Occasionally when conditions align it pushes west, making its way over parts of Mount Tamalpais—mimicking the behavior of the coastal fog commonly associated with the mountain.
It made for this unique composition, as fog that's typically photographed from this point of view is flowing in the opposite direction, interacting with different parts of the landscape.
Tule (valley) fog is illuminated by early morning light near the Marin County and Sonoma County line.
This picturesque wave of fog was both moonlit and street-lit as it poured over a hill in Mill Valley, California. Making this image involved a steep hike up Mount Tamalpais in the dark, and a long shutter speed to capture the movement of the fog.
Coastal fog pours over Mount Tamalpais in Marin County, California, underneath a colorful sunset.
Ground fog on Mount Tamalpais glowing in evening light as it rises just after a midwinter rainstorm.
Tule fog in Northern California farm land.
Fog fingerlings flowing over Marin County, California under a moonlit sky.
Waves of fog weave an abstract pattern as they roll over the top of Mount Tamalpais in Marin County, California.
Coastal fog interacts with the peaks and valleys of Mount Tamalpais in Marin County, CA.
A foggy February morning on a Northern California farm. This is one of my favorite places to enjoy quiet winter mornings.
Fog rolls over a hill in Mill Valley, CA.
A stream of fog crosses over West Ridgecrest Boulevard on Mount Tamalpais.
The sun descends past a wildfire smoke layer beyond a blanket of illuminated fog on Mount Tamalpais in Marin County, California.
A northern California farm on an early autumn morning.
A pillow of West Marin fog in soft morning light.
Rainbow Falls in Watkins Glen, NY.
A visitor on the footbridge above Rainbow Falls in Watkins Glen State Park, NY. Although indeed posing, she was not doing so for me. I patiently waited for her to move out of the frame but ultimately her presence added a pleasant element to the photographs I took here, this being my favorite one.
Cavern Cascade on an autumn afternoon. This is one of nineteen waterfalls in Watkins Glen State Park, NY.
A roaring Boulder Falls on a partly cloudy afternoon in late spring.
Eagle Cliff Falls is a 41-ft. waterfall in the Finger Lakes region of New York.
Soft afternoon light illuminates an autumn tree line above Taughannock Falls, a 215 foot waterfall in Tompkins County, NY.
Fresh snow covers a rocky shoreline at Awosting Falls in Minnewaska State Park, NY. This was the very last image I made in 2016, on New Years Eve.
A rogue waterfall spills over the Cataract Trail in Marin County, California. This was taken shortly after what was called an "atmospheric river" inundated much of Northern California with unprecedented amounts of rain in early 2017. Just days after this photo was taken, the road which allows access to the trail was closed indefinitely due to numerous landslides.
Reservoir water cascades down the spillway on an October afternoon at the New Croton Dam in Westchester County, NY. I made this image shortly after learning that my grandmother passed away. I'll never forget the moments I spent here that day saying goodbye.
An early morning scene at McWay Cove in Big Sur, California.
A golden glow illuminates the rocky cliffs of McWay Cove in Big Sur, California.
A wave recedes around a rock beneath a fiery sky at Rodeo Beach in the Marin Headlands of Northern California.
A developing storm cloud approaches the Tufa at Mono Lake, CA.
A stream empties into the Pacific Ocean in Northern California.
A watercolor sky above Tarrytown Lighthouse in the Lower Hudson Valley of New York.
The Little Red Lighthouse, also known as Jeffrey's Hook Light, is a New York City Landmark located under the George Washington Bridge in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan. It's also my favorite subject to shoot in New York. I grew up just minutes away from here.
Colorful clouds stretch across the sky during a long exposure at the S.S. Point Reyes, an historic fishing boat left stranded (and to be enjoyed by the public) on a sandbar in Inverness, California. Sadly, this view is partially unavailable today due to an amateur photographer who inadvertently lit fire to and destroyed much of this side of the iconic vessel while spinning steel wool.
Belmar Fishing Pier on the Jersey Shore underneath a vibrant autumn morning sky.
The city of San Francisco is seen beyond a group of partially submerged pylons near downtown Sausalito, CA.
A long exposure photograph of low lying, under-lit clouds during low tide at Newport Pier in Newport Beach, California.
Brightly lit sailboats frame the Statue of Liberty on a summer evening, as seen from the shores of Red Hook, Brooklyn.
The sun rises over the Merced River in Yosemite Valley, CA.
A September afternoon at Lower Bells Canyon Reservoir in Sandy, UT. During less dry parts of year, the rocks in the foreground are completely submerged.
Light, shadow and sand create an abstract pattern in Mesquite Sand Dunes in Death Valley National Park, CA
An interesting wind-formed pattern emerges from a sand dune in Death Valley National Park, CA.
A colorful morning sky above Death Valley, CA.
A red barn in New Paltz, NY, which no longer stands.
Colorful fallen leaves along the rocky edge of a stream in Minnewaska State Park, NY.
A lenticular cloud shrouds the peak of Mt. Hood in northern Oregon.
The milky way rises over an abandoned cabin in Lee Vining, California.
Star trails appear over Crater Lake, Oregon, the result of eight continuous five-minute exposures stacked on top of each other.
A distant thin layer of fog approaches the Golden Gate Bridge underneath an interesting cloud formation, as seen from Marshall's Beach in San Francisco.
The towers of the Golden Gate Bridge emerge through a massive bed of fog flowing into San Francisco Bay on an early Spring morning.
A compressed layer of low fog flows through the Golden Gate Bridge on a sunny June afternoon.
A colorful sunrise over the Golden Gate Bridge at Battery Spencer in the Marin Headlands.
The north tower of the Golden Gate Bridge emerges from a blanket of fog flowing into the San Francisco Bay.
Deck-level fog crawls past the Golden Gate Bridge at daybreak.
A winter sunrise over the San Francisco Bay Bridge, photographed from the Embarcadero.
A rainbow appears beneath storm clouds passing over New York City on a summer afternoon.
A (double) rainbow appears prominently over the World Trade Center and lower Manhattan after an early evening thunderstorm passed over New York City.
Lightning strikes lower Manhattan as a summer storm approaches a moonlit New York City skyline.
Lightning strikes near the Empire State Building in New York City.
Bolts of lightning illuminate a cloudy Bangkok skyline on a summer evening.
An electrical storm illuminates the sky over Ekamai BTS Station in Bangkok, Thailand.
The Empire State Building stands among other iconic buildings in New York City.
The many layers of the Los Angeles metropolitan area.
San Francisco's Coit Tower lit in red.
Hot air balloons dot the sky as the sun rises over Bagan, Myanmar.
A mid-day storm breaks over Mount Popa, a volcano in central Myanmar.
Hundreds of ancient structures like these remain standing in Bagan, Myanmar.
A peaceful morning at Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
The Bund in Shanghai, China.
An autumn morning in New York City's Central Park.
Hong Kong at night, as seen from Victoria Peak.
A look down from a helicopter hovering above Times Square.
A view from the top of the Shanghai World Financial Center.
A fiery sky over the Ed Koch Queensboro (59th Street) Bridge which passes over Roosevelt Island and connects the borough of Queens to Manhattan.
The Chrysler Building in New York City glowing in golden afternoon light.
Colorful clouds and an abandoned storm-damaged pier in Jersey City, NJ help frame lower Manhattan's skyline.
One World Trade Center at dusk.
Manhattan's Financial District photographed during a helicopter flight on a summer evening.
Lower Manhattan at sunrise. Some of the best morning views of New York City are had from New Jersey, like this one.
A patch of low fog dissects One World Trade Center during a morning blue hour.
Blue hour in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
The western span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge is seen from a seaweed-laden rocky shoreline of Yerba Buena Island, which lies in the San Francisco Bay between Oakland and San Francisco and connects the east and west spans of the Bay Bridge.
Forgotten pilings on the shoreline of Point Lookout, NY.
Jeffrey's Hook Lighthouse, also known as the Little Red Lighthouse, stands at the base of the New York side of the George Washington Bridge.
Blue hour at the George Washington Bridge, photographed from Fort Lee Historic Park, NJ.
The Harlem River's shoreline in The Bronx underneath the historic Highbridge at night. This is New York City's oldest standing bridge.
New York City's Tribute in Light on the 15 year memorial of the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center.