Sometimes photography is just work, and sometimes the experience of shooting is filled with the joy of friendship, love, and
Idaho means "Light on the Mountains." This sunset descending on the Lost River Range as we approached my former home
Since moving back east, many forgotten memories are being revived. With a bank full of past imagery triggered everywhere I
What is it about water and boys? Each morning men float by our cabin in their fishing boat silently. You
I'm in a new marriage, which means a new family too. One with two beautiful children who I'm like a
Driving along Interstate 70 on the way to a town called....I can't remember. Beautiful sight.
Sometimes life just gives you cherries no matter the weather. Last night was such a night as we drove through
I called these Idaho mountains home for over twenty years. They calm me in a way I can't explain. The
I loved him. Not in the husband way, but if he were younger, I couldn't have resisted him. He knew
This is Wally. He's a person who lives what he's expressing in this iPhone shot. Deep gratitude, wonder, and awe
I arrived back in Idaho two days ago. I called these mountains home for almost twenty years. They calm me
And one fantastic dog!
One the rare occasion that Wally has a day off, we usually have to take care
This is Barbara's horse, but the spirit of this picture reminds me of my horse, Mr. Jimmy Bill Buffett. He
They say all a man needs is a good horse and a good dog to be happy. I'm not so
Recently I had the privilege of caring for a friend's home and land while they were on vacation out west.
A highlight of my Santa Fe trip to visit a friend recently was a day spent with Steve and Chris
There is something so beautiful about berries against a fall landscape. The bright red against a multi-colored landscape speaks loudly
It's fun finding old SD cards from my camera lying around under the seat in my car. It happens to
This is a test for my new code. The post. The picture is a seagull flying over the boats near
This was an evening like any other. The light was almost horizontal across the landscape as it was every summer