Washington State History Museum

on Monday, December 14, 2015

Last spring, the Washington State History Museum and Storyline Studio set us out on a whirlwind road trip covering a portion of the states geological treasures. Due to the tight timeframe we calculated that I only had three hours at each location to photograph. The trip in total was close to a month on the road, driving and shooting the entire time. Our journey was filled with joy, frustration, illness, navigational nightmares and awe at other times. I haven’t had a chance to check it out in person but here are a couple semi-permanent display prints that the museum created from the assignment.  


Big thanks to Jacq Smith for the non-stop navigation and photo assisting! (here
Mount Saint Helens, Ranier, Potholes Coulee are some of the locations featured above. 




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Omak Rock, the Feathers and the Ancient Lakes featured above.


Landscape photography Washington geology outdoor photographer.




Landscape photography Washington geology outdoor photographer.



Landscape photography Washington geology outdoor photographer.


Landscape photography Washington geology outdoor photographer.



Here are some behind the scenes shots from the trip. (Above) The Columbia Gore above Beacon Rock.




My trusty assistant.



Shoot upload, repeat.


Killing time waiting for good light.



Some days were better than others... 1DX down and a brand new Zeiss lens


We had a difference in opinion on the map at times. 



The ever trusty 'mobile device' or otherwise known as "HotElement". 

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