Misty Mountain Brewing

The light in this small brewery near Brookings, Oregon just sort of cooperated to add some edge light in an impromptu situation.

Little Snail Buddy

Nothing crazy here. Just a little snail descending the walls of the rock shelter at Cape Perpetua.


We all know what a blog is at this point. I’ll do my damndest to keep adding to this thing, mostly with photos and projects that aren’t quite ready for the portfolio.

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  • It’s been a year since we welcomed Louie to the family. He’s been on photo shoots, gone paddling, done his share of sight seeing, and has had more than a few run ins with sea foam. He also went from a subdued 40 lb, Pneumonia having pup to an 80 lb ball of muscle. He still loves to sleep in and for that I am grateful.
  • Birthday weekend complete. Spent with loved ones and Seahawks. Guessing year 37 will pretty much be like years 32-36, but with the ability to hurt myself doing mundane things increasing slightly.
  • Pretty cool sustainability stories at OR. Insulation made from oyster shells, sunglasses made from fishing nets, shoes made from plants, etc. I hope this is a trend people run wild with. No hash tags!?
  • Ass whoopin’ #meyerslegend #blazers #trailblazers
  • I don’t have a Halloween costume so dusting this off. I’ll never forgot the feeling when I turned the corner to head from the beach to the car and there were a half dozen surfers staring at me. I’d handle it better now. #whales #welltechnicallyadolphin #orcasarethelargestdolphin #notapenguin #halloween #furry #panderingtonewfollowers
  • On your next big photo project, consider Myers and Urdahl. Voted sleepiest photographers on the Southern Coast for Summer 18! #sleepy #surly #ohsofuckable
  • “Some shit about trails or starting a new week”
  • An absolutely friggin ridiculous sky on my last night at the coast. I took a couple thousand whale photos, paddles further out into the ocean that I previously had, and ate some of the saddest vegetarian meals imaginable but now it’s back to reality.
  • Sometimes we watch the whales, sometimes they watch us. This guy was about 100 yards away and then took a sudden interest in us. Scary and awesome.
  • Some pre-sunrise whales out in front of Depoe Bay.
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