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April 21, 2021
I'm often on my own when working in the field. While I don't mind it, it does influence some of my logistical decisions. Case in point: hiking alone in grizzly country....
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Jump Out of the Box

April 14, 2021
Back in the pre-digital days I used Kodak E-6 Professional Ektachrome transparency film. The photograph above (impressionistic reflections in the Lamprey River near Durha...
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Seeing Differently

April 07, 2021
Whether it's a phone, professional-grade photographic gear or anything in between, all cameras have something fundamental in common: they see quite differently than we do...
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Beauty in the Less Obvious

March 31, 2021
Especially when photographing in and around national parks, I'm always looking for different veiwpoints and alternate ways to capture the essence of the location. Big la...
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Mighty Nice

March 24, 2021
The Colorado Plateau (or Colorado Plateaus Province, as the National Park Service refers to it) encompasses 240,000 square miles and is home to 30 National Parks and Nati...
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Over the Rainbow

March 17, 2021
Summer storms that roll through Jackson Hole can be impressive. Often the leading edge brings with it spectacular cloud formations. When the storm arrives and begins to s...
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The Slow Collapse

March 11, 2021
It's been nearly 25 years since I first saw Idaho's Teton Valley. The area has a rich agricultural heritage, so one of the things I enjoyed photographing on that first tr...
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