The Best of 2012
What a year… So many great times to look back on and so many opportunities coming in 2013. I spent most of the summer months teaching workshops here in the Pacific Northwest. In addition, I had a few opportunities to get out on my own and wrap up my first time-lapse film, ‘Within Two Worlds.’ I had such a great time meeting and teaching new clients, who quickly became friends. My favorite part of the workshop experience was sharing my passion for the night sky and enjoying the time spent with students under the stars.
Here are my 10 favorite images from 2012. Hope you enjoy!
‘Within Two Worlds’ was released in September of 2012 and has already surpassed over a million views worldwide. It was featured on NBC News, Wired, Huffington Post, and more. It took 3 years to complete and I’m already looking forward to my next short film.
I want to thank my family, friends, and fans around the world. Without your encouragement, I wouldn’t have made it this far. This body of work is because of your support and I am truly grateful.
The trail is calling,
I can breathe here knowing that this pictures are so beautiful.I love your work. It is so fresh and clean
Awesome photos!!!! I love those night skies and stars. I wish i could go to Pacific NW to see this beautiful view with you. NICE JOB!!
lovely images, all the best for 2013
Amazing work. The time lapse movie was impressive and left me in awe. Thank you for the inspiration.
Well done, Brad! Great collection of images here. The Crater Lake pano is my favorite though. Such grandeur in that one. Keep it up in 2013.
Brad, nothing short of exceptional!!
I’m planning to shoot at crater lake this winter, can you suggest which month would work best?
Awesome photographs they do reflect your hard work. Oh! How I wish I could accompany you sometime in your expeditions. You truly bring the best of nature to us. You are an inspiration to many of us. Thank you for sharing.
Fantastic set of inspiring images Brad! Breathtaking video!! Happy New Year to you!
Very beautiful. I often stand in my driveway in the middle of the night in Hot Springs Village, AR with my Sony 20 X Zoom and no tripod taking photos of the moon. I love some of the photos I end up with. I look at your work and think about how far I could take this……… 😉 THANKS FOR SHARING.
Thank you for stopping by Lucy and glad you enjoyed my collection!