Elias Visuals

Elias Visuals turns one

Nearly one year ago I was stuck wondering what I could do with my photos, just beyond a simple Facebook or Instagram post. A few people suggested I create a website to post my pics on, but I was reluctant; I simply didn’t know how to present them. After stubbornly saying “no” I came to the point where I realized everything is a story, even an everyday hiking trip, a freelance gig, a crazy sunset… you get the point.

This July marks the one year anniversary of me getting serious about telling me story and crossing my fingers that people would enjoy what I wanted to share and join me a bit on my journey. I certainly didn’t expect much a response, but the fact that I’ve connected with so many great people and companies means I’m headed in the right direction. Bearing that in mind, we’ll see what happens next. Since I try to keep things fresh, finding new challenges is always the top of my list.

Think you’ve got a great idea for me, or maybe you’re tired of seeing one particular thing over, and over? Let me know! Even if you have positive feedback, I’d love to hear it.

I’ve also updated the blog to feature bigger photos and easier to read text. I hope you enjoy the new format. In the meantime, here are a few of my favorites stories from the past year. I’m looking forward to writing many more in the coming months…

Mendocino HeadlandsAn alien world, lion’s teeth and the gulch: Adventures in Mendocino

_MG_7460The rush of earth herself – Briny shallows at Mono Lake

_MG_6935Ruhstaller Beer for Comstock’s magazine

_MG_5943 copyBackpacking to Hemlock Lake

One thought on “Elias Visuals turns one

  1. Just keep posting. My own photography has vastly improved by making sure to post on a daily basis, so I’d just keep doing it — even on the days when I’m stuck.

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