Photographer of the week : Jared Ropelato

Our Photographer of the week is Jared Ropelato, a high school teacher in Vacaville California by day and a passionate photographer by night.

Jared attempts to document the most beautiful earthscapes so that others can see the world as he does. Many of those photos have been selected as “Earth Shot of the Day” by Earthshots.org.

I leave you to enjoy only 10 of his selected work, for more, you can check out some of his “Explored” set on Flickr and his website.

What Lies Ahead, Mesquite Dunes, Death Valley National Park

Across the Lake

Before Sunrise, Lake McDonald, Glacier Naitonal Park

The Other Side, Mesquite Dunes, DV National Park

Round Rock, Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe

Kape Kiwanda Sunset

5 minutes over Half Dome

149 Seconds of Sunset, Lake McDonald, Glacier National Park

A Turning Point, The Race Track, Death Valley National Park

Part of a Whole, Mossbrae Falls, Dunsmuir, Ca

  • Wondering collection of nice images here with have clear screen.I am really impress to visit here.

  • Image for Imagination

    nice photography. Unbelievable!!! Can you tell me by which camera it was taken and what was the parameters. I am a learner of photography and here is my blog, you can share your image by mailing me.

    http://www.peepinpic.blogspot.com

  • woo..i love this type of pics !!!  Thanks Jared i am also doing photography part time.

  • can’t deny these are beautifjul. i esp. like the round rock in lake tahoe

  • love that cliff sunset. the rocks are just beautiful. they glow

  • what in the world are ‘mossbrae falls’? just incredible. i envy the places you get to visit and shoot

    –les

  • OMG the the Lake Tahoe rocks picture is absolutely stunning.  I want a copy for my office.

  • the october 2011 edition nat geographic critiques teenage idiocy as
    annoying. adults have been chopping down a source of free food in the
    form of acorns from forests for years correct?

  • Never seen before the classic photography work done here.Thumb Up!

  • These are absolutely stunning photo, I would love to take just one of them. Top marks to Jared