Dan Lubbers Photography

The sun shines through the fog on a highway. Hawaiian Hibiscus (Hibiscus brackenridgei) is the state flower of Hawaii. A farm in rural Kentucky grows tobacco. Akaka waterfall A lightning storms rolls through Louisville, KY. A silhouetted girl stands on a pier watching the sun set. The summit of Mauna Kea at 4000m A barge passes by downtown Louisville , KY as it moves south along the Ohio River. Weeds, trees and sky. The Pu u Loa Petroglyphs. A scope on a sniper rifle. Chimney top rock A windfarm in Northern Indiana. Feet on a Prana yoga mat. Puscifer band members Carina Round and Maynard James Keenan perform. The sun sets at the Falls of the Ohio. Frosted Lambs ear (Stachys byzantina) on a winter morning in Kentucky. Observatories sit atop Mauna Kea on the Big Island of Hawaii. Silhouette of a tree just after a storm at sunset A dead end sign with bullet holes in the woods. Dormant Volcano cones | 4000m/13,796ft A raging bonfire keeps the climbers warm at Miguel's Pizza. Afternoon nap in my hammock at a cliff An evergreen tree The sun beams through trees The sun sets on the Ohio River at a pier An airplane in the sky.


Dan Lubbers

Dan Lubbers is a Photographer / Retoucher / Web Developer based in Saratoga Springs, NY. A love of the outdoors has led Lubbers to places around the world like performing service work in Guatemala and roaming the pyramids of Ancient Egypt. Lubbers got his start with Extreme Sports Photography when he was the sole photographer on the La Sportiva Solutions Climbing Tour in 2007 and began shooting for Extreme Sports Editorials and various outdoor companies. He is a freelancer for Amazon's Largest Photo Studio. He recently retouched an ad campaign for Tempurpedic. He is also a contributor to Aurora Photos. Lubbers has really delved into a passion for Environmental & Fine Art Portraiture. A love of good coffee usually leads one to find him at local coffee shops working diligently on his work either at home or when traveling. Lubbers recently received his certification badge from DevMountain in Full-Stack Web Development.

"Life is too short not to create something with every breath we draw.” ~ Maynard James Keenan