A SCHOOL OF HORSE EYE JACKS Hol Chan Marine Reserve, Belize
This image was taken in the Hol Chan marine reserve off the coast of Belize. Hol Chan is Mayan for “little Channel”. The reserve is home to over 160 species of fish, along with nearly 40 species of corals, 5 sponges, 8 algae, 2 sea grasses, 3 marine mammals and 3 species of endangered sea turtles… and giant schools of fish! After a long tough battle, the reserve was established in July 1987 and enforcement of the regulations began in 1989.
PATAGONIA | GIRL’S CLOTHING WEBSITE HEADER Millie and Ella tying flies in the magic bus. Henry’s Fork, Idaho
I’m thrilled to see this image once again show up. This image was captured in Island Park on the banks of the Henry’s Fork River inside a really cool bus named “Lucinda” owned by Branden Born. Ambassador Mille Paini and daughter Ella were tying flies. At times Ella would be very witty and full of energy, as usual. The present and future of the Yellowstone caldera is in good hands with these two ladies.
MOONLIT HOUSE & BASECAMP NIGHTSCAPE Las Pampas, Chubut, Argentina | Temple Camp, Chile
These are a few night images I captures during my 3-week trip to South America. The first is a a still frame of a night time-lapse captured at our basecamp, the “Casa del Limado”, in the Andes Mountains, Argentina. I spent 3 weeks living editing, drinking mate, lighting the fire in the crisp morning, making instant coffee and eating backcountry pizza. It’s a place I look forward to visiting each year each year. The second image is of the “Temple Camp” on the banks of the Rio Palena flowing out of the Andes in Chile. It was an incredible camp on a very productive and scenic river.
NEW PRINTS | CHROME CHASERS LODGE: WRANGELL, ALASKA Wrangell, Alaska
Chrome Chasers Lodge in Wrangell, Alaska is has recently purchased a new building and remolding has already begun. Along with new countertops, flooring, paint and tile, the walls will have new prints for the upcoming 2015 season. The images chosen were selected from our catalog and advertisement production captured at the lodge last year for Hatch Outdoors. I’m pleased to have images hanging in the new place; they will compliment the new renovations nicely.