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Friday, August 5, 2022

Images of destruction from the McKinney Wildfire

On assignment with ZUMApress.
August 4, 2022, Klamath River, California, USA: Melted aluminum streams from a burned car in the unincorporated community of Klamath River after it was burned over by the 58,600-acre McKinney wildfire. Four people have been killed in the fast-moving wildfire in Northern California

A burned and dead great blue heron a few yards from the Klamath River inside the fire.

Kashi the search and rescue dog takes a break from searching for those lost in the blaze. 


Hygiene kits for Ukraine

 Video I made from my recent trip into Ukraine with Heart to Heart International. It's my third trip into the region since the war began. HHI has distributed over 50,000 hygiene kits to the region.

Tuesday, August 2, 2022

No passing zone

A large northern Pacific rattlesnake crosses the double yellow line on a country road near Elkton in SW Oregon. A common misconception about rattlesnakes is that you can tell their age by the number segments in the tail. The snake actually adds a new segment every time it sheds and they normally shed 2-4 times per year. It depends on how much they eat and how fast they grow.


True blue

An immature western bluebird takes flight from a small tree while hunting insects in a field along the Umpqua River near Elkton in southwestern Oregon. According to, a western bluebird weighs about an ounce. It needs about 15 calories (technically, kilocalories) per day, or 23 calories if raising young. 

Sunday, July 31, 2022

Little rascal

A wild brush rabbit forages for grass along a creekside thicket near Elkton in southwestern Oregon. Brush rabbits are a species of cottontail rabbits found only on the western coastal areas of north America. Small and secretive, they spend mostly of their time in dense bramble clumps and thick brushy habitats.


My photo in The Wall Street Journal

Check out my bald eagle photo, via ZUMApress, used as the main art in a cool story in The Wall Street Journal. They're using this story as a promotional piece to gather subscriptions. Eye catching!