Evver Gonzalez

Wilderness Exploration | Landscape Photography | Prints

Based Out of Southern California

My Galleries

Favorite Photographs

  • Inspiration Point, Anacapa Island

    Channel Islands National Park, Inspiration Point

  • Sunrise In The Mountains

    It was a cold morning, and I forced myself out of my warm sleeping bag to do some landscape photography. I carried my full frame camera, two lenses a full size tripod, and camping gear up to very high elevations for the opportunity to take special photographs. My efforts were rewarded as because I was lucky enough to photograph this fiery sunrise in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

  • Mount Whitney Sunset

    I took this photograph while hiking the High Sierra Trail, and I was by myself at the top of Mount Whitney.

  • Wilderness Camping

    I was very excited to spend 2 nights hiking into the King's Canyon National Park Wilderness. My backpack was heavy due to the fact that I took my full frame camera, two zoom lenses, and a full size tripod with me. Nonetheless it was completely worth the effort because I was able to photograph the milky way from a beautiful alpine lake at 3230 meters (10,600 feet) on a clear night.

  • Hiking in the Santa Ana Mountains

    As I research locations to hike and photograph, I cant help but notice that many of the locations are not photographed in good light. I have taken an interest to fill that void after work and on the weekends when I am in town. I hope you enjoy.

  • Sunset at the Beach

    Orange County has some fantastic beaches to do photography. Corona Del Mar is one of them.

  • High Sierra

    I spent 2 nights backpacking in Kings Canyon National Park, and the views are unbelievable in every direction. Bullfrog Lake is a gorgeous alpine lake, and East VIdette towers above it.

  • Thousand Island Lake

    I arrived to Thousand Island Lake the prior afternoon, and the sky was covered by smoke from multiple wildfires in Yosemite National Park, and Banner Peak was barely visible. As soon as the sun set, I could see the west to east wind stop, and start to go in reverse. When I woke up the next morning for sunrise photographs, I was ecstatic to see that the visibility was back to what I expected. This photograph was taken as I hiked from the campsite down on the bottom-right of the frame towards the Lyell Canyon in Yosemite National Park.

  • Eastern Sierra Winter Sunrise

    The Eastern SIerra is one of my favorite locations to visit for its grands views and for the outdoor recreation available.

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