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PARK PEEK // CONGAREE

We are quickly approaching 30 National Parks visited since we began our quest in June 2016. And this year, we’ve had the pleasure of visiting a few for the first time. All 59… Continue reading

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On The Road… Year 2

Before the year end, I always like to make a “highlight reel” of the year. It is by no means comprehensive, but it gives the viewer a small peek into our world. So… Continue reading

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The Next 20K Miles // Reflections From a Year on The Road (Part 1)

Most everything means nothing, except some things that mean everything.” ~ Patty Griffin Our journey from June ’16 to June ’17, took us over 30,000 miles of zig zagging our way across the… Continue reading

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PARK PEEK // CAPITOL REEF

We had the pleasure of visiting a few new National Parks this year, and one in particular stood out to me as one of the most photogenic and interesting; Capitol Reef National Park… Continue reading

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Totality // 5 Things I Learned Photographing An Eclipse

There was quite a bit of fervor leading up to the “Great American Eclipse” a few weeks ago, to say the least. The little town of 2,000 we call home in the summer… Continue reading

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10 Reasons To Love The Everglades

Often, people are surprised when I tell them one of my favorite places is south Florida’s Everglades. I immediately fell in love the first time I visited, over 15 years ago. And every… Continue reading

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The First 10,000 Miles (part 3)

What I Learned From Life On The Road (Part 3) Well I was born a rambler friends, and I intend to die that way.” — Townes Van Zandt Sorry it’s been so long, folks.… Continue reading

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Our National Parks Odyssey

Steam from the early morning chill rises off the Green River in the Wind River Range of Wyoming. Squaretop, an aptly named handsome granite mountain in the distance catches the first rays of the sun, rising somewhere I cannot yet see.

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The Silhouette

Simplicity, Simplicity, Simplicity!” ~ Henry David Thoreau In communication, simplicity is king. Getting to the point, and leaving no room for misinterpretation is efficient and effective. We, as photographers, are visual communicators. And more specifically, we… Continue reading

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The Photographic Guide to Grand Teton National Park

Well, it’s been a little while since I last posted… so much going on here with our new life on the road! I promise I will start posting again soon. But first, I wanted to share some exciting news…

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The First 10,000 Miles (Part 2)

What I Learned From Life On The Road You cannot count the miles until you feel them.” — Snowin’ on Raton, Townes Van Zandt It’s funny: I don’t feel like we’ve been on the road… Continue reading

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An Information Dump

When a friend recently suggested I do an eBook, I was not immediately on board. First, I know that they are a ton of work, with very little payoff. After all, eBooks aren’t making… Continue reading

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The First 10,000 Miles

What I Learned From Life On The Road (Part 1) Livin’ on the road, my friend, was gonna keep you free and clean. Now you wear your skin like iron, and your breath’s… Continue reading

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#findyourpark | ROCKY MOUNTAIN

Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado is the quintessential Summer mountain destination. With cool temps in the 40’s to upper 70’s, it’s a nice getaway from the sweltering heat of the lowlands. It… Continue reading

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Photographing // Tents

Yeah, it’s a thing.  And if you follow me on Instagram, you know that I clearly enjoy it. Photographing tents in amazing places is trending on Instagram and other social media outlets, and for good… Continue reading

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How To Travel All The Time… Forever

Ellen and I get asked all the time, “How do you do it?!?” With baffled looks, most people begin to wonder whether we are trust fund babies or maybe secret oil barons. Well… Continue reading

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Planning An Epic (International) Road Trip // SCOTLAND

Trying to plan road trip can be intimidating for the uninitiated.  But planning an international road trip can be downright terrifying. There are so many unknowns when hitting the open road in a foreign… Continue reading

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The Budgeting Photographer’s Best Friend

I don’t care if you’re an amateur or professional… photography is expensive. That’s why I rarely buy brand new. Canon has a refurbished section now that is full of basically brand new equipment,… Continue reading

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the sight of music

when people hear good music, it makes them homesick for something they have never had and never will have.  ~ edgar watson howe my friends and family might say that i’m obsessed with music.… Continue reading

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