The Mississippi River always swells above flood stage in Baton Rouge to mark the beginning of Spring, and I go out there every year to get a picture of it. The river is at 44' in these pictures which isn't the highest it's ever been, but falls somewhere in the top 10.
Newly opened Lafourche Parish Correctional Complex in Thibodaux, Louisiana.
Starting off 2019 with some New Year landscape photography in Zion National Park, Utah.
Associated General Contractors building on North Street in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Back at Henderson Swamp - one of my favorite south Louisiana kayaking destinations. I have a gallery of cypress tree shots if you want to see more.
Pictures of the newly renovated City Hall Plaza in Downtown Baton Rouge, photographed for Reed Hilderbrand landscape architects.
I was walking around downtown Baton Rouge right after sunset when some dark rain clouds started to move in. The lights on the River Center looked perfect in that light, so I ran to my car and got my camera gear. I was able to set up and shoot a few frames before it started raining.
The best view of sunset in Baton Rouge is on the Mississippi River levee. You can always find people walking along the Riverwalk to enjoy the view.
I headed to Sedona, Arizona to do some desert hiking in the dead heat of summer. Mornings were nice and cool, but afternoons were hot! I thought the heat might be more bearable than a Louisiana summer due to the low humidity, but I was wrong. I went on a sunrise hot air balloon ride with Red Rock Balloon Adventures. That was a great experience worth doing again.