I shot this a few years ago in the Alvord desert in southeastern Oregon. While driving from one shoot to another I looked out over the sage brush and barely saw the peak of the this crumbling shack. What a treat it was to hike out to it and see the beautiful seen. Thanks for looking. Once Upon a Time...
Mount Hood in all her glory. Hood in Winter...
Oregon Coast. This night had all the potenial to be an epic evening. While I didn't get the intense cotton candy clouds, I thought this was kinda cool. It took quite a few shots to get the waves to kinda mirror the sky, this was the closest I got. I defintely love shooting the action of waves, feels like fishing. I use a pair of ultra lightweight waders that are way easy to hike in anywhere with my gear, so I'm able to stand out in the waves indefinitely and hopefully get different perspectives. Your thoughts are always appreciated. Thanks for looking
Elemental Mimics...
Columbia River Gorge, Oregon. Fairy Falls...
From my yard. Congestion...
Somewhere in Colorado... Aspen Vortex...
Mt. Jefferson, Oregon Candy Mountain...
:) Ferns...
Sparks Lake, Oregon Ablaze...
:) Tidal...
Oregon coast. Rush...
Deep in the Columbia River Gorge. Mossy Grab....
Around Steptoe Butte. Simply Complicated...
Spring in the gorge:) Pushin' Up Daisies...
I shot this around 6 years ago out at Ridgefield Wildlife Refuge in Washington. I was waiting for the light to get better so I could shoot the Sandhill Cranes that were migrating through the area. As sunrise was getting beautiful and the fog rose I found about the only thing I could shoot with a 400mm lens. I have always loved this shot. Shooting this simple web in wheat grass opened my eyes up a bit to the world of nature and landscape photography. I was primarily interested in only wildlife photography until this...sounds silly, but this was one of those moments for me. Thanks for looking.:) Delicacies of Dawn...
Mount Jefferson, Oregon Alpine Dream...
:) Paws of Paria...
Columbia River Gorge. Northwest Paradise...
From my yard... Green Grass...
Southern Oregon coast. Morning Moon...
South Eastern Oregon. Wicked Tree...
Bushwackin' in Northern California. Chosen...
Escalante Staircase... Peek a Boo...
Somewhere in Northern California... The Shadow of a Maple...
Central Oregon Coast. Elemental Mimics II....
Zebra slot cayon, Utah. Tapestry....
This is from one of the nights I spent during my week long stay in Newport Oregon. I opted not to spend the week running up and down the coast from Newport to a bunch of different locations, but instead focus on one place. Seal Rocks is a wonderful spot that I could photograph for years. Thanks for looking. Tranquil Endings....
:) Crash on the Cloud Highway...
Oregon tuplip fields. Love is in the Air...
Northern California. The Last to Bask...
This is from a few years ago while on a road trip through the southwest with my buddy Zach. Victory at Turret Arch....
:) Feed Me Seymor!
Around Borax Hot Springs, Alord Desert, Oregon. The Road...
Had a great time running through some wildflowers with my boy. After setting up for the sunset I looked over and saw him staring at me kinda serious like. After a minute or two I figured out why...the hummingbirds were freaking him out. They would fly nearby and sound like a gigantic bumblebees. Gus...
Four wheeling in the mountains around my house yielded some pretty interesting scenes. although it was a cloudless night, the hazing backlight on these flowers was just too awesome to pass. Thanks for looking! :) Mountain Bounty...
I was able to snap off a quick pic right before the guide stopped playing. It is still one of my favorite and most original shots for Antelope. Thanks for looking. Spirit of Antelope....
Mckinley Ridge Wa. Setting Star...
Beautiful morning at Reflection lake. Rainier Reflected...
:) Peek A Boo Rainier...
Southern Oregon Coast. Morning Bloom...
:) Multnomah Falls...
Southern Oregon Coast. The Crown...
Columbia River Gorge. Crown Point..
:) Marshmellow Mountain...
:) Rowena...
:) Sunrise Morning...
So the other day I blasted up to Rainier thinking I would have just enough time to get to Paradise and hike around and find some flowers with plenty of time to set up and find a composition, sit back,relax and soak in the beauty. Well I got the Paradise ranger station and they said Paradise still needed a week or so to peak, but Sunrise was looking good....it was 6:00. hmmmm...hour and a half drive to Sunrise....hiking time....find a comp....sunset at 7:47...I can do that, I thought. Luckily my time playing Mario Kart with my boys prepared me for the balls to the wall driving the winding road to Sunrise in an hour...I felt good about it. I got out of the truck and the flowers around the parking area were kinda dismal to say the least. The grass had over grown all the lupine, what little there was. So I tightened my boots and started running up the hill. Out of breath and kicking myself for not playing it safe and just going to Paradise where I could have found something I'm sure. The sun was almost set and it was getting good. I was at this point yelling at the sky "NO" as if it would slow down and just give me a few minutes to find something. I rounded a bend and there was a steep ass hill with a ton of flowers on it! I stumbled down the loose rocky hill as careful as I could, set up as fast as I could, and enjoyed the last bit of the night capturing beautiful Rainier. Thanks for looking. Full View Rainier...
Here is an old shot I've dug up and reprocessed. Thank for looking!:) Tunnel View...
Well the flowers are few days past, but the beauty was peak. 
Thanks for looking! :)

Candy Mountain II
:) Morning Majesty....
Southern Oregon coast. Oregon Coast....
Columbia River Gorge. Shepard's Dell...
Dahlia. Unfurl...
Dahlia. The Scarlet...
Dahlia. Pink...
Fly in dahlia. Want some....
:) Dragon Tree...
From the Japanese Garden the other day. Serenity...
:) Leaf Litter...
Mt. Adams a few weeks ago From Larch Mountain in Oregon. We were lucky enough to get up to the top of Larch Mt. a few days before they closed the road. I really wanted to get Mt Hood from this vantage but it was socked in...the result was a nice diffused pink sunrise around Mt. Adams. Thanks for looking.

I am now doing private one on one workshops. The description is on my site.  I have also started putting together a schedule for 2012 workshops . Keep an eye on my site for it.
 http://www.jeremycramphotography.com/photo-tour-workshops Between the Lines...
Oregon coast. Tunneled Fury...
Oregon coast. The Chamber Pot...
One of the best night I've ever seen while at Cape Kiwanda. What Dreams May Come...
Here's a shot from Saturday morning of the Sisters. I wish there more snow caked on the trees, but there were 100mph winds earlier in the week that fixed that. Still was an awesome view and a great experience to witness such a beautiful morning. Thanks for looking. Morning, Sisters...
Beautiful winter morning in Three Sisters Wilderness. Thanks for looking. Sing it Sisters...
This is another shot from last summer in the mountains north of the Columbia River Gorge. The northwest is an amazing place. Practically anytime of of day you can just get out and find something amazing to shoot. My friend Jesse Estes cued me in on a place near here which is really beautiful and a wonderful location, but with a little four wheeling on some old logging roads I found some real gem locations. With a great sky this shot will be off the hook in the future...can't wait for summer! Thanks for looking. Mountain Beauty...
Oregon coast. A Short Fall...
Oregon coast. No Way Out...
Oregon Coast. Short Stack...
Samuel Boardman State Park, Oregon. I love this stretch of the Oregon coast, probably some of the best coastline on the whole west coast. Thanks for looking Shark Beach...
Getting excited about spring in the gorge and all the potenial it brings. Thanks for looking! Dream Falls...
Here's shot from two years ago on the first sunrise shoot I did with my new 5D mark II. Thanks for looking! Erupt...
Here's a rework of an older shot from the Oregon coast. Thanks for looking! Incoming...