Night Arches

In landscape, Utah by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

This is something from last April’s trip to Moab. It was a trip that I am still finding images from — this being one of them. It was an epic trip to one of the most gorgeous parts of the US that I have had the pleasure to visit. If you are a landscape photographer …

Webb Lake, Weld Maine

In landscape, long exposure, maine, Uncategorized by Robert Lussier2 Comments

This week I’m taking you all back to one of my favorite places on earth. I know, it’s a bold statement. There are so many places on this planet that challenge the concept of reality. But note that I said “my favorite,” not the most incredible or the most beautiful. Although this place is beautiful. It …

Acadia B&W

In landscape, long exposure by Robert Lussier4 Comments

Once I got into the gallery of old Acadia National Park images, I couldn’t get out. And, of course, I’m still not far from my B&W mindset. So here is today’s image; a black and white long-ish exposure of Maine’s gorgeous rocky coast.   Related Images:

Mt. Washington

In 16-35mm f3.5, landscape, Uncategorized by Robert Lussier5 Comments

I made a trek up to the White Mountains this weekend for a short getaway shoot. I have a few images to share from the trip, starting with this shot of Mt. Washington and the Mt. Washington Hotel. The “scenic overlook” parking lot on the main road was clogged with people tripping over themselves to …

The Ranch at Grass Valley: Storage

In 14mm f2.8, landscape, nevada, Travel by Robert Lussier1 Comment

Happy Friday, everyone. By a slim margin, this is my favorite shot from the Ranch at Grass Valley. It conveys the feeling I had when I first saw the ranch — a cluster of decaying buildings in a sea of sagebrush. Whoever last owned this ranch can correct me if I am wrong, but I believe …

Somewhere in the Midlands

In England, landscape, Travel, Uncategorized by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

I had been driving in the Midlands with my son Ryan for a couple of hours before stopping for this shot. It was a rainy, overcast day with low visibility. I don’t think either of us knew quite how high up we actually were until we rounded a corner and got this clear view of …

Route 50 Connected

In landscape, nevada, Travel by Robert Lussier4 Comments

Route 50 in Nevada, between Fallon and Austin, is one of the most desolate stretches of road I’ve ever driven. Or run. Both, really. Actually, it is THE most desolate stretch of road I’ve covered. But that’s not saying much really. I haven’t traveled extensively. Still I love the stark beauty of the desert and, …

Reno Sunset

In landscape, nevada, Reno by Robert Lussier2 Comments

The only gambling I did on my one night in Reno a couple of months ago was when I checked into the hotel. I wanted a room with a good view and figured as long as I was up high enough, I’d get one. Before I could even ask, the clerk beat me to the …