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Happy new year from Upper Antelope Canyon in Page, Az! Wishing you all a happy and productive year!
One of the causes I care deeply about is the issue of domestic violence. It is, unfortunately, often a problem that is still overlooked, downplayed, excused, or denied. Nearly three out of four (74%) Americans personally know someone who is or has been abused. One in four women (25%) has experienced domestic violence in her [...]
Happy New Year everyone! First sunrise of the new year, taken from the top of Griffith Park.
We’re having a cold spell here in Los Angeles and I caught my cats, Moo and Miao, snuggling together in one of their cat beds by the front balcony. Very cute! Miao is the orange one in the front. He was found when he was only a few weeks old, alone and flea ridden, in [...]
Autumn in Yosemite is a beautiful sight. Trees turn all shades of yellows, oranges and reds. The trick is knowing when the colors turn because it is weather dependent. This picture was taken back in October on a bridge crossing the Merced River.
Native to the dry and flooded forests of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, the Scheepmaker’s Crowned Pigeon is related to the common gray pigeon we see on the streets of big cities around the world. Their unique feature is their striking headdresses of blue-grey lacy feathers and beautiful maroon feathers on their breasts and bellies.
At over 4,700 years old, the Ancient Bristlecone Pines are the oldest living trees in the world. They are found in the higher elevations of mountains in the American Southwest — California, Nevada, and Utah. The oldest trees live above 10,000 feet in extreme conditions where soil, nutrients and moisture are scarce, and winters come [...]
Snow leopards are native to the mountain ranges of Central Asia. They are an endangered species, and it has been estimated that between 3,500 to 7,000 exist in the wild. Between 600 and 700, like this 6 month old cub, are found in zoos worldwide.
Heading out for a trip or shoot always require preparation. But night photography and star gazing, especially in cold weather, requires additional planning and foresight. After my recent trip to Joshua Tree National Park to photograph the night sky and the Leonid Meteor Shower, I decided to write down some tips to share. 1. Check [...]
I’ve finally decided to give my photography a dedicated website. I’m still in the middle of moving everything over from my blog, http://blog.evosia.com so if you want to see other photos not yet moved over, please head over there.