The moonlight illuminates the cliffs along the Atlantic at Fort Williams. This early morning shot was one of my first attempts to capture the stars and opened my eyes to the opportunities of making fresh images of often shot icons along our coast. My favorite part of this image to this day remains the pure gold rock on the beach.
This image recently graced the cover of Downeast Magazine, one of my favorite local publications.
I live on the coast of Maine so if I want to see great color in the sky it generally means a 4am wake up call to make the drive to a coastal location to watch the sun come up over the ocean. For me it's a real treat to watch the sun set at 7 pm at an amazing location like White Pocket in the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument area here in northern Arizona desert.