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Sunset over the Columbia River from Larch Mountain Overlook. Stunning end to a beautiful day of photography #mckaylive || Very minor edits in #lightroom O.O

Leopard kills wildebeest on the Talek river in the Masai Mara, Kenya. "The female leopard waited a moment, before you jump on one of the victims. Wildebeest ran away, but the predator leaped again, and this time killed prey. Brutally, but incredible. For this shot, I waited three days in the river. " (Paul Goldstein / Exodus / Rex Features)

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Signs of Autumn in #Edinburgh #Scotland Captured with the #Sony #a7rII and Canon 24-70 using @sigmaphoto #mc11 adapter

Mount Olympus! Feeling incredibly lucky to live near these views! @olympicnationalpark . Captured an hour ago with the #olympus #EM1MarkII and 40-150 PRO lens.

New Video - Go Watch or click on through my profile. Can the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II replace my a7Rii and Gh4? I talk about the potential and possibilities of leaving behind my GH4 and A7RII - It might be grass is greener n the other side or the sheep or lighter or something but it is very appealing to me to go lighter and simpler with my gear. .. On the left -Sony A7RII with Sigma 50mm f/1.4 -Canon 24-70 f/2.8 -Canon 70-200 f/2.8 -Panasonic GH4 with Panasonic 12-35…

Waiting to board my plane back to the lower 48. This Alaska trip has been nothing short of amazing. Being my last trip of the year it's easy to start think year-end thoughts. 2016 was wild with a level of photography globe trotting and love finding that I never dreamed possible. To wrap up these travels in Alaska - a total cherry on top of one big sundae. To wrap up this trip watching the #northernlights like they were last night... speechless. Captured with the #sonyalpha #a7RII and…

I was down on the beach this morning and fell in love with this little stick - something about it being right at the wave line holding fast refusing to be swept away. I took "a few" photos (see my earlier twitter post ;) I ended up only liking this one - that moment when [[you/stick]] are about to be swept away with [[everything that needs to be done/the water]] But! As you know I watched it for quite awhile and it stayed strong - I am sure it was eventually swept out to see with the rising…

Got to spend the day with @dallasseavey and his dogs!! Dallas is an Iditarod SUPERSTAR winning FIVE times- this is a 1000 mile race!! He was such a nice guy and the dogs were sweeties too! We got to go sledding (mushing) pet the dogs and do it all in a beautiful snowy landscape. Captured today with the @Getolympus #em1markii and #40150pro