In early May, I spent three days at Point Reyes, camping and photographing Central California's coast. My time was spent camping in the wilderness, and hiking up and down endless trails to photograph this absolutely beautifully rugged landscape.
There's nothing like camping in the scenes you're photographing, to experience what goes on there 'round the clock. One night, I was awakened by a pack of coyotes at 3am, just outside my tent. The next night, it was an elephant seal that wanted to stay up later than I did.
Time slows down in these situations, and you see what's around you more sharply, and with a deeper understanding of your subject. You're not just a passerby, snapping a photo as a memento.
Please enjoy the selection of photographs from this study.