• A partial solar eclipse

    A partial solar eclipse

    On August 21, 2017, there was a total solar eclipse that made its way across the skies of the United States. We weren’t in the path of totality, but close enough to be swept up in the mania of special cardboard glasses and amateur science experiments. I stepped outside at the right time to capture the crescent sun, with Karl the Fog providing a handy marine layer filter.

  • Starry night in Whistler

    Starry night in Whistler

    My first meetup after I joined Automattic was in Whistler, BC, Canada. One night, in hopes of seeing the Northern Lights, a group of us trudged down a dark road to Alta Lake, our best chance of glimpsing them. We didn’t see the Aurora Borealis, but the view was pretty fantastic, especially when captured at a slow shutter speed from a pier jutting out into the lake.

  • Yosemite National Park

    Yosemite National Park

    Yosemite National Park is one of the most magical places in the world. I’ve been lucky enough to visit at times where there weren’t too many people, at times of the years when different colours were on display, and times of day when the light showcased the beautiful natural features. And all that’s left is to show up with a camera, point, and shoot.