Eagle Lake

In landscape by Robert Lussier1 Comment

I’m trying to plan out a few days of hiking with my son, Ryan this summer. It will probably be just  a few short days or a long weekend in the White Mountains, but it made me nostalgic. When he was a bit younger, the hiking trip was a full blown camping trip, usually to …

Book Cliffs

In Colorado, landscape, Travel, Uncategorized by Robert Lussier3 Comments

When I took this shot I was operating on about 6 hours of sleep over the previous 48 hours. And those 42 hours I was awake were among the most fun I’ve ever had shooting. This was the last day of our whirlwind North by Northwest Photo Blogger weekend. While Chris Nitz, Rick Louie and …

Traveling Photographer

In Travel, Uncategorized, Utah by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

I have to confess, I didn’t notice the plane in the frame when I took this shot. I was focussed on the gentleman from Newfoundland standing on the rocks on the right. He was perfectly silhouetted against the sky as he was setting up to shoot sunset at Turret Arch. After I took the shot …

Sunset at Arches

In Travel, Utah by Robert Lussier3 Comments

If I was disappointed about any aspect of the Moab trip (and I really wasn’t), it would be the lack of clouds in the sky for much of the weekend. Clouds give the sky personality and character. They deliver drama to sunrise and sunset. Slap a 10 stop filter on your lens and do a …

The Misty Coast

In landscape, Uncategorized by Robert Lussier3 Comments

This is another older (reprocessed) image from Acadia National Park. Yup, I’m on a roll this week! I vividly remember shooting it back in 2008. My son Ryan and I got to Acadia later than we hoped and then got completely turned around trying to find Blackwoods Camp Ground. By the time we got the …

The Foggy Coast

In landscape by Robert Lussier2 Comments

  This was shot along Acadia’s Park Loop Road on the same foggy day as yesterday’s image. I remember the day pretty well. It started with a deep sea fishing trip in the fog. When the boat left the harbor, we expected the fog to lift but it never did. For about four hours my …