Taken while snow shoeing through Sequoia National Park March 22, 2011. Many of the smaller trees in the woods had been so weighted down by snow, that they bent towards the ground. This tree strained under so much weight of the 4 feet of powder that it had begun to form into a spiral. The woods were magical as always.
My name is Wesley. I am a full time seminary student at Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California. Aside from theology and people, my greatest passion is photography; it is through my photography that I most readily see the Divine.Learn More
My photography is, in the end, about me. Even when I’m taking photos of other people, the point of my work is to capture the world as I see it. As I’ve described it many times, photography is about three moments: the moment as it actually happens, the moment that the photographer sees, and the moment that is captured—experienced by the viewer.Learn More