This has been on my bucket list for a long time now and I finally was able to put a weekend together with a buddy of mine to make it happen. Pyramid Lake is an alkaline lake set in a large basin east of the Sierra Nevada mountain range northeast of Reno, Nevada. The native Lahontan Cutthroats grow to monumental sizes and the current record is north of 40 lbs out of Pyramid with catches regularly exceeding 20 lbs. We weren't able to get into the big boys, but we definitely enjoyed nighttime streamer fishing along with an incredibly tough day of fishing in driving snow and wind. Here are some highlight photos from the excursion:
On a recent trip to Twin Harbors, Minnesota, I was fascinated by the large-scale, industrial operations that take place, almost unnoticed to locals every single day in the Great Lakes area. I wanted to try and capture these relics of modern industry and the size and scope of the equipment involved. Here are two photos from the iron ore loading facility based in Twin Harbors. I enjoy shooting at night due to the fact that it brings out a sense of ominous character to things that would otherwise seem pretty mundane during the daytime hours.