In 2005, when I quit my job at the newspaper in Pinedale, I got an offer at the paper in Sheridan. I decided to go take a look and interview. It gave me the opportunity to see a bit more of my new home state, and I welcomed any chance for a road trip. In […]
Autumn is just around the corner, and as you all know, it’s my favorite season. The color and the drama are incredible, and as I’ve mentioned before so many times, I have a few favorite spots that I hit up every year in the fall. This week, I wanted to feature the southern San Juans […]
The Teton Mountains are, to my way of thinking, quite the grandest and most spectacular mountains I have ever seen.. .When viewed over the vast expanse of sagebrush which covers the valley, or with Jackson Lake and the marshes in the foreground, they present a picture of ever-changing beauty which is to me beyond compare.” […]
Oklahoma in the spring is awash with color. New shoots on budding branches green with rebirth. Skies of complex and ever-changing hues of blue, then textured white, then glowing pink and orange. Reflective water, mirroring the hue shifts of the sky. The daily ebb and flow of wildflowers, constantly changing like the tides, indiscriminate, showcasing […]
Maybe it’s because I’m a Texan, or a simple pragmatist, but I’ve never had a deep aversion to the fossil fuel industry. For me it’s simple; we need petroleum based products, including gasoline and natural gas to propel our modern way of life. I’m all for renewable energy and the expansion of our understanding of […]
“For me, it’s not enough to leave it up to authorities and governments. I believe in personal responsibility, first and foremost.” A thought occurred to me recently as I was contemplating how to make my workshops better for my clients… There are a lot of photo enthusiasts and pros out there nowadays that are essentially […]
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