Tag Archive: tetons

#findyourpark | GRAND TETON

Where to begin?? Grand Teton National Park is one of the most magnificent 310,000 acres in all of North America. If there were ever a “bucket list” National Park… this is it. I first… Continue reading

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The Wyomingites | Genesis

When I first arrived in Pinedale in the winter of 2005, it was -40F. Not the most hospitable place I’d ever lived. Considering up until that point, I had only lived in Dallas and Austin,… Continue reading

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20 Below // Yellowstone

Life is all about adaptation. If you can’t stay flexible, especially when on the road, you’ll end up frustrated and angry. Plans are going to change. Your best efforts will be thwarted frequently. I… Continue reading

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#wyolove

So finally, after all of these years living in and/ or visiting Wyoming, I have the compelling idea I’ve been looking for to do a book. Just google “wyoming photography books”, and I… Continue reading

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The Art of The “Workcation”

Every time I travel I get asked, “Business, or pleasure?” Often my answer is “Well… both.” A puzzled look frequently follows. It took Ellen and I a few years to find the proper… Continue reading

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WY // The Active Landscape

One thing I will most certainly be working on this year: active people within a landscape. Though I have always considered myself a landscape shooter, I realized recently that in order to generate more… Continue reading

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wyoming | the bounty of autumn

it’s been said before that fall in the mountains is a magical time. the leaves are changing, the temperature drops, and the animals are energized with hormones for mating season. moose populations in… Continue reading

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wyoming | the many faces of the tetons

my working title for this post originally was “l’obsession des tetons”… you know, referencing western wyoming’s french explorer roots. then, thanks to google translate, i quickly realized it was essential that i think… Continue reading

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wyoming | winter panoramics

as always, i shot some panoramics while in wyoming. and i was happy to get some new mountains and landscapes that i haven’t shot previously. please feel free to click on any of… Continue reading

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wyoming: day 5

elle doesn’t have the flexibility of schedule that i have, so her time up here was short. we had to start heading toward jackson, where she would fly out early the next morning…… Continue reading

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wyoming: panorama

i just finished a few panoramics from the trip, and thought i’d share… the green river drift… my elle’s in there somewhere amongst all the cows and dust. the view from my favorite… Continue reading

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wyoming: day 2 (riding the drift, etc.)

we woke before the sun came up… it was a big day.  i made some coffee and we set off to meet Mike and Ellen at kendall bridge. from there we would follow… Continue reading

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wyoming: day 1 (the greatest day of my wife’s life)

so it may sound like an exaggeration, but i promise that’s what she said to me! no, not our wedding day, not the day we met… not even the day she finished reading… Continue reading

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somewhere in the middle of montana… err… wyoming

i’m tired of this dirty old city. entirely too much work and never enough play. and i’m tired of these dirty old sidewalks. think i’ll walk off my steady job today. turn me… Continue reading

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autumn in wyoming

fall is my favorite time of year.  wyoming is my favorite place in the states.  so you may be thinking, “i know where he’s going with all of this…” well, i really wish… Continue reading

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like brothers on a hotel bed

wyoming is not a place i share with other people.  i do it alone.  that may sound like a prick thing to say, but it’s true. i go up there to experience solitude,… Continue reading

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remembering travels of the recent past

a few weeks ago i posted about july being a boring month for me.  especially with the anticipation of an amazing upcoming august.  well, august has changed a little, but july remains the… Continue reading

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