Two Paths

Ignite Interview

A few nights ago I was interviewed at the Ignite event in Steamboat Springs. I usually don’t talk about the business stuff – I prefer the discussions within the sphere of art – but this was a business-oriented function. Anyway, there’s a bit of that in here… Enjoy!

Daily Photo – Two Paths

This path around Crater Lake winds this way and that. It occasionally opens up to a wide vista where I can see the lake and morning sun. But the path itself was quite nice with the sun slicing in through the early-yellow leaves.

You might remember this from the video I made while here a few weeks ago. As usual, you can find that video and more on my YouTube channel!

Two Paths This path around Crater Lake winds this way and that. It occasionally opens up to a wide vista where I can see the lake and morning sun. But the path itself was quite nice with the sun slicing in through the early-yellow leaves.You might remember this from the video I made while here a few weeks ago. As usual, you can find that video and more on my YouTube channel!- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.

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  • Sashikanth

    Trey beautiful sunrise photograph, i saw the video you had uploaded for taking these shots. I have two request

    1. Can you upload a video on how to do Fireworks HDR
    2. How to escape from Tripod police which you have shared in your B&H talk and promised to make it available some day.

    I was at Atlanta Coke last week and ran into similar issues what you had.

  • Susan

    So beautiful Trey…..like most of your shots, this one has that sense of peace we all long for.

  • http://www.kelleybard.com Kelley Bard

    that’s gorgeous! I remember your other photo from here… isn’t that Crater Lake? I love wooded paths, they always seem to have such promise and mystery.

  • Andy Bird

    Looks spectacular – terrific colours! Looks like the type of place you might run into bigfoot! :)

  • petrov

    wrong….you destroy reallity

  • Chris Combe

    stunning, the tree on the far left looks like a high detail render.. lighting is exquisite.

    where is the link to the video you mentioned at the end of your post?

  • Gail Moshier

    I agree with all but one of the posts above. Petrov, you are wrong. Beautiful photo, Trey!!! Thanks for posting. Have a wonderful Monday :-)

  • http://timetotakepictures.blogspot.com Keith Moyer

    Beautiful shot Trey! Love the way you captured the light.
    Check out this view of KC on an HDR cloud kind of day…http://timetotakepictures.blogspot.com
    Let me know what you think!

  • Linda Coty

    Simply breathtaking ! from the moment the page opened. Has all the elements I enjoy most! And I love paths. I love how they draw the eye down its length. And as in this picture, you have the high road & the low road! Which road would you pick?
    After following you for at least a couple of years, this is my first post. Trey, I just love your photography. Thank you so much for sharing, it truly enriches my life!

  • https://plus.google.com/u/0/113656379833336702679/posts Filip Farag

    Great interview Trey, you’re a huge inspiration…Thanks for sharing! :)

  • http://dmcgurk.zenfolio.com Dan M

    Started following you a couple months ago. This is one of my favorites. Great composition, great detail, great color. This picture has it all.

  • https://plus.google.com/100265717320622923616/posts Bill Dodd

    Today’s shot in absolutely stunning Trey, it shall adorn my second monitor to lift me from the sadness of my real job :)

  • Jeff Peterson

    Wow, beautiful photo, almost looks more like a painting than a photograph.

  • http://www.lophot.com Simon

    time and time again, just fantastic pictures! thanks for sharing the inspiration

  • http://www.smith-photography.net Michael Smith

    WOW, I LOVE THE DETAIL IN THIS SHOT AND THE WAY YOU CAUGHT THE LIGHT! ONE OF YOUR BEST SO FAR, WELL DONE!!!

  • Murray Parker

    Hey Trey,

    Just watched the hangout video, great as usual. One thing you said and I think I heard you mention once before, but did not give much thought to it was that you are leaving to go to New Zealand. I know this is probably a great move for you and your family, but you will be missed terribly here in the USA. I have wished that you you would one day come to Raleigh or Charlotte, NC and do a photo walk. Looks like that won’t happen. Do you plan on spending any time in the US after you move? Wish you all the best, I know you will love it.

  • http://epicscenery.com/ Sean

    Amazing photograph, the spot you chose to capture it was perfect.

  • Dave

    Sorry but you really cooked this image, WAY too much hdr. Your photography should be able to stand for itself without destroying it with software. My opinion only.

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