Packing Light

The visual musings of a globetrotting photojournalist
5-frame HDR @ 20mm, f/3.5, ISO 100

For as undeniably beautiful as the Montenegrin coastline is, the country’s most scenic vistas may well be hidden away in the mountainous northwest and within the sweeping canyons of the eastern highlands. During the summer months, mist-shrouded peaks of The Durmitor overlook some of the…

Montenegro Express (4 of 4): Northern Highlands

5-frame HDR @ 16mm, f/5, ISO 200

Situated in the southeastern corner of Montenegro on the Albanian border, is the Balkan Peninsula’s largest lake, Skadar. Covering 400 square kilometers, Lake Skadar is a cornucopian fishery, not only for locals who ply its waters in search of carp, trout and eel, but also…

Montenegro Express (3 of 4): Around Skadar

24mm @ 1/1250, f/4, ISO 100

Despite being one of Europe’s smallest countries, Montenegro’s geographic diversity is remarkable. At 13,812 square kilometers, the country is roughly equivalent in size to Connecticut, but features a stunning variety of biomes and geologic features. In one day, an adventurous person could easily spend a…

Montenegro Express (2 of 4): Coastal Life

300mm @, 1/400, f/4, ISO 100

Nestled in the shadow of imposing limestone-faced cliffs that plunge dramatically from their lofty perches into the turquoise Adriatic shallows lies the stunning Gulf of Kotor. The dark, vegetation-mottled mountains surrounding the fjord-like canyon create one of the Mediterranean Coast’s most breathtaking geological spectacles, and…

Montenegro Express (1 of 4): Heart of Crna Gora

24mm @ 1/250, f/4, ISO 100

After submitting my entry for the DC Shootoff this past weekend, I still had about 8 hours to kill and decided to try out some multiple exposure work with moving subjects. Since I was already in the “balance” mindset (the theme for this year’s Shootoff),…

Skatepark Spectres


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