Things tend to go wrong at the worst times, and this time our team was out traveling in Mount Rainier when Photography Life went down. While we were filming a part of our upcoming landscape photography course, one of our servers experienced a critical error and the number of requests to the site ended up piling up, eventually overwhelming the site completely and bogging it down. We didn’t have cell coverage or wifi for three days, so we only found out about the problem this morning! The good news is that the website is back online, and we have posted all the articles that had been scheduled during the mean time.
Thank you for your understanding in this matter, and we apologize for any confusion that the outage caused. Now that we are back in an area with coverage, you can expect more posts from the road — including guest articles — in the coming days!
For what it’s worth, if you’re planning to be near Mount Rainier National Park, we absolutely recommend that you make some time for photography. The wildflowers are at their peak color, and they look beautiful! Spencer took this shot at sunrise at the Moraine Trail off of Dead Horse Creek Trail — the best place that we found to photograph these amazing colors.