Category Archives: Kyle

island park, id

Living in the Pacific Northwest, I am blessed to live very close to some beautiful forests, mountains, and waterways. But these days, it’s getting harder and harder to get out into the wilderness and away from congested hiking trails and four-hour-long

island park, id

Living in the Pacific Northwest, I am blessed to live very close to some beautiful forests, mountains, and waterways. But these days, it’s getting harder and harder to get out into the wilderness and away from congested hiking trails and four-hour-long

return of the blog: yellowstone

I’m not even going to try to explain the record 681-day gap since my last post, other than to say that while the blogging stopped, the photography definitely kept going. So let’s get to the photos… Shera and I decided to kick

return of the blog: yellowstone

I’m not even going to try to explain the record 681-day gap since my last post, other than to say that while the blogging stopped, the photography definitely kept going. So let’s get to the photos… Shera and I decided to kick

unMonday: woodland park zoo

Nothing says “I love you” like Valentine’s Day at the zoo. Fujifilm X100S / Lightroom 4 / VSCO Film 05: Kodak Ektar 100+

unMonday: woodland park zoo

Nothing says “I love you” like Valentine’s Day at the zoo. Fujifilm X100S / Lightroom 4 / VSCO Film 05: Kodak Ektar 100+

tbt: san diego

It’s another Throwback Thursday travel post, with photos from San Diego, way back in spring of 2014. Feel free to share this little bit of Pacific escapism with anyone suffering from Seasonal Affect Disorder. Canon 5D / Canon 50mm f/1.4

tbt: san diego

It’s another Throwback Thursday travel post, with photos from San Diego, way back in spring of 2014. Feel free to share this little bit of Pacific escapism with anyone suffering from Seasonal Affect Disorder. Canon 5D / Canon 50mm f/1.4

tbt: parthenon, usa

Everyone has heard of the Parthenon in Greece. But did you know that we have our very own Parthenon here in America? I certainly did not, until we visited our family in Tennessee this past Christmas. This full-scale replica of the Parthenon in

tbt: parthenon, usa

Everyone has heard of the Parthenon in Greece. But did you know that we have our very own Parthenon here in America? I certainly did not, until we visited our family in Tennessee this past Christmas. This full-scale replica of the Parthenon in

unMonday: cider pressing

So we’re obviously a long way from fall, now, but I just got this roll of Kodak Portra 400 developed, and on it were a few dozen photos from a weekend of autumn cider pressing on the Olympic Peninsula. We spent

unMonday: cider pressing

So we’re obviously a long way from fall, now, but I just got this roll of Kodak Portra 400 developed, and on it were a few dozen photos from a weekend of autumn cider pressing on the Olympic Peninsula. We spent

Ravenna Park Bridge

unMonday: changing sides

After my usual pre-purchase ritual of extensive research, over-analysis, and finally just giving in to my original gut instinct, I recently made the change from Android to iOS. I won’t get into any of the typical Google vs. Apple nastiness,

Ravenna Park Bridge

unMonday: changing sides

After my usual pre-purchase ritual of extensive research, over-analysis, and finally just giving in to my original gut instinct, I recently made the change from Android to iOS. I won’t get into any of the typical Google vs. Apple nastiness,

unMonday: back to basics

As I try to get back into photographing on a regular basis, it seems fitting to pull out my fully manual Nikon FE film SLR to get me back into the photography mood. No electronically emulated film with these photos –

unMonday: back to basics

As I try to get back into photographing on a regular basis, it seems fitting to pull out my fully manual Nikon FE film SLR to get me back into the photography mood. No electronically emulated film with these photos –

unMonday: orcas island ferry

After many weeks away from the blog, I’m trying to get back to practicing photography and posting on a regular basis, starting with a brand new unMonday. These photos come from the ferry ride to Orcas Island a few weekends ago.

unMonday: orcas island ferry

After many weeks away from the blog, I’m trying to get back to practicing photography and posting on a regular basis, starting with a brand new unMonday. These photos come from the ferry ride to Orcas Island a few weekends ago.

unMonday: 3 years

A day with my lovely wife, exploring our home city of Seattle… Fujifilm X100S / Lightroom 4 / VSCO Film 01: Kodak TRI-X 400+

unMonday: 3 years

A day with my lovely wife, exploring our home city of Seattle… Fujifilm X100S / Lightroom 4 / VSCO Film 01: Kodak TRI-X 400+

unMonday: summer in seattle

The rainy gloom in Seattle might be formidably depressing, but the summers in Seattle are why we all stay… Canon 5D / Canon 24-105mm f/4L / Lightroom 4 / VSCO Film 04: Fuji Velvia 50- (More on Flickr)

unMonday: summer in seattle

The rainy gloom in Seattle might be formidably depressing, but the summers in Seattle are why we all stay… Canon 5D / Canon 24-105mm f/4L / Lightroom 4 / VSCO Film 04: Fuji Velvia 50- (More on Flickr)

Easy Street Records, Seattle

unMonday: easy street records

I’m catching up on a lot of unedited photos, and I finally got around to a May photo excursion to West Seattle, with Michael Caleb Shriver. Part of our excursion included the famous Easy Street Records. With the closing of

Easy Street Records, Seattle

unMonday: easy street records

I’m catching up on a lot of unedited photos, and I finally got around to a May photo excursion to West Seattle, with Michael Caleb Shriver. Part of our excursion included the famous Easy Street Records. With the closing of

Fish at Pike Place Market, June

unMonday: local tourist

Pike Place Market A few weeks ago, my wife and I got to play “tourist” with some friends of ours who were visiting us in Seattle. We skipped the underground portion of the market and focused on flowers, produce, pastries, and seafood.

Fish at Pike Place Market, June

unMonday: local tourist

Pike Place Market A few weeks ago, my wife and I got to play “tourist” with some friends of ours who were visiting us in Seattle. We skipped the underground portion of the market and focused on flowers, produce, pastries, and seafood.

Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Seattle 2014

unMonday (belated): rock ‘n’ roll marathon

The Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and Half-marathon were in Seattle this past weekend, and my wife and I got to see some of our friends run and complete the half-marathon. I couldn’t resist being inspired by the thousands of runners

Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Seattle 2014

unMonday (belated): rock ‘n’ roll marathon

The Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and Half-marathon were in Seattle this past weekend, and my wife and I got to see some of our friends run and complete the half-marathon. I couldn’t resist being inspired by the thousands of runners

unMonday: a job in the city

A new job in downtown Seattle means a lot of new things to learn, new people to meet, and new places to photograph. These photos were taken in the first week at my new place of work. HTC One / VSCO

unMonday: a job in the city

A new job in downtown Seattle means a lot of new things to learn, new people to meet, and new places to photograph. These photos were taken in the first week at my new place of work. HTC One / VSCO