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Lupine Season

June 01, 2022 - Late spring is a special time of year in New Hampshire's high country: lupine season. It is also true that this is blac...
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Lucky Enough

May 18, 2022 - This little plaque was on the wall in my West Yellowstone, Montana room earlier this month. Lady Luck has - thus far -...
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It's All Beautiful

March 04, 2021 - It's funny how you sometimes remember people whose paths crossed yours in only a tangential way. A guy who sat behind me...
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Best Sides

February 11, 2021 - Which is your best side? Most people photograph "better" from one side versus the other. There are a variety of reasons...
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Reliving the Moment

September 02, 2020 - I consider the autumn foliage display in New England to be one of the greatest shows on earth - and there's no place I'd...
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Consolation Prize

July 29, 2020 - The Comet Neowise and I didn't sync up, unfortunately. It wasn't for lack of effort on my part. As is often the case, Mo...
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What's So Grand About the Tetons?

June 24, 2020 - I've been trying to convince a long-time friend and classmate from high school days to visit the area, having offered to...
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Moments of Magic

June 10, 2020 - The wildflower situation so far this spring in Teton Country has been superlative. As far as Arrowleaf Balsam Root are c...
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Speaking of Green

April 29, 2020 - There's something magical about spring. Winter's darkness and often-dreary, monochromatic landscapes are transformed in...
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From One Extreme to the Other

April 09, 2020 - Photographing the landscape is often a tale of contrasts. On the one hand, we wait. We sit in the darkness before dawn...
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Use Your Legs

October 10, 2019 - Visit any national park or forest and you'll find many scenic pullouts and vistas. They're situated where they are for a...
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Should I Stay or Should I Go?

October 04, 2019 - That's often the $64,000 question, right? After waiting (and waiting) for challenging conditions to improve, is it prude...
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When Bad Weather is Good Weather

July 16, 2019 - Though many head indoors during inclement weather, that's often prime time for a landscape photographer. Clear blue ski...
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The Quiet Side

June 28, 2019 - If you're visiting Jackson Hole, make sure to journey over the Teton Pass while in the area. You're in for a treat. The...
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Spring Rains

June 13, 2019 - With scattered thunderstorms in the forecast, I ran over to Grand Teton National Park yesterday. Not only interested in...
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Spring in the Tetons

May 31, 2018 - It arrives late and doesn't last long - but spring is a magical time of year at Grand Teton National Park. Even in this...
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One of the Greatest Shows on Earth

October 20, 2017 - For my money, there's no better place to enjoy the spectacle of autumn than New England. It was my home for more than 20...
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The Western Slope

July 29, 2017 - Referred to as "the quiet side," the western slope of the Teton Range is much less frequently visited. People who don't...
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Summer Storms

July 18, 2017 - High pressure has been parked over the western United States in just the right spot to create a southwesterly flow and d...
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Green Season

June 08, 2017 - After a long winter during which the Teton Range received record amounts of snowfall, the arrival of "green season" is e...
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Eye to Eye With the Teton Peaks

April 03, 2017 - I've been wanting to photograph the Teton Peaks up-close (via small plane) for months. In the summer, haze can be an iss...
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Rain Dance

August 09, 2016 - The last few weeks have been exceptionally dry here, with monsoonal moisture from the four corners region unable to pene...
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Not in Kansas Anymore...

August 05, 2015 - The move is behind me. I've traded the spectacular New England scenery which I've come to know intimately over the past...
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