The National Parks Galleries

Unveiling Our Updated National Park Collection

If you’ve followed us for any time, you probably know of our deep affection for the national parks. It is no overstatement to say that our country’s national parks are one of our greatest treasures – a crown jewel founded on some of the deepest principles of our nation. Principles like freedom, democracy and equity. The parks are open to all and owned by every single American.

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Exploring The Pacific Northwest: The National Parks

Sampling Multnomah Falls, Crater Lake, Olympic National Park and all the Roads in Between

Deremer Studios Fine Art Photography - Out West

So, while I was preparing yesterday’s post, I realized that I had never published part two of our adventure to the Pacific Northwest way back in early October.  So, without any further delay, here’s our photos from this great adventure.  Over the course of a few days, we visited Multnomah Falls, spent a day on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, did a drive-by of Mount Rainier, and took a day trip along the volcanic range, stopping along Continue reading

Exploring The Pacific Northwest: Portland, OR

New Horizons and Some Spectacular Mornings in Portland

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A few weeks ago, we had the pleasure of heading out to the Pacific Northwest for the first time – traveling to Portland, OR to shoot for two of our regular clients.  It was a wonderful, albeit quick trip to the Left Coast.  Today is our first of two posts from the trip – this time focusing on the city of Portland and a pair of rather stunning Continue reading

The Great Eastern Adventure – North Carolina Mountains

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We recently had the pleasure of exploring much of our wonderful country, east of the rolling and rugged Appalachian Mountains.  Over the next few weeks, as time allows, we’ll be sharing some of our favorite shoots with you.  For our first installment, we give you the North Carolina mountains at dusk.  As we traveled up I-26, the clouds that had lingered all day began to show signs of thinning.  As sunset approached, we found a scenic stop west of Asheville and started to shoot.  Often clouded sunsets fizzle without much  excitement, but this time was one of those rare sunsets where the colors intensified and blossomed well into the dusk hour – culminating with the images you see below, a good 30 minutes after sunset.

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Christmas on Amelia Island – Candlelight Caroling at Fort Clinch

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With Christmas literally right around the corner, and with lots of blog posts yet to be posted, I thought what better way to get posting than to highlight a shoot we did for our friends at Amelia Island for the holidays!  On the northern tip of the island is a beautiful Civil-War era fort, named Fort Clinch.  On the first Saturday of December, the folks at Fort Clinch welcome the public to participate in some great 1860’s-era caroling under the stars.  With a raging bonfire and voices raised high, we sang a wealth of pre-1860 carols as the moon rose over the canon-lined ramparts.  Along with the period singing, this immersive walk into 1860’s holiday living included a variety of living displays, depicting the joys and traditions of a Civil War era Christmas.    This will definitely be a tradition for the Deremer Household for years to come!

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