In early spring of 2017, photographers of all skill levels embarked on a pilgrimage to the California desert community of Borrego Springs. The state had not witnessed this massive a migration of opportunists since 1849. Shutterbugs panned for gold desert sunflowers, fine focused purple sand verbena and zoomed on white desert primrose hoping to strike…
These are photos from some of my travels from Ocho Rios, Jamaica , Puerto Peñasco, Mexico, and San Diego, California. I am definitely still constantly learning and growing with photography, so if there is any advice or pointers you have or would love to share, that would be much appreciated!
Rediscovering nature is not only therapeutic but essential if your a photographer. There are shapes and colors that only God can create. Enjoy.
Sedona embraces the desert southwest while lifting it onto its red rocks. We took a winter weekend trip to this several years ago on what turned into a rain gray days. When the clouds parted on our last morning I was treated to one of my first glorious magic hours.
Photos from a road trip to Grand Canyon National Park this summer.
I went to Navarre Beach, Florida this summer to visit my grandparents. I took several thousand images. Here are a few of my favorites
In July 2015 I went to Yellowstone National Park and camped there for a week. The landscape and atmosphere was amazing. I saw all kinds of animals and various features of land. I hope everyone enjoys the photographs. More photos are available on my website at johnlazophotography.com
My fiancé proposed to me at my parent’s cabin in Michigan, and then we came to the beach to watch the sunset and take a stroll. It was such a precious moment that I will remember forever!
Grand Canyon is larger than life!