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On my most recent trip down to Tennessee, I was accompanied by my friend Cahlean Klenke (of About A Dog photo) who had flown into Maryland from Minnesota to roadtrip down with me. We decided to take as much time as we wanted, and explore every place that caught our fancy on our way down … More Taking the long, rambling route…
A collection of shots from one of last years hikes in TN. With 10 days in TN coming up, I’m trying to process the last of my previous TN photographs.
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My posts are likely going to be in no particular order as I process photos from the past few months in preparation for Holiday shows and sales. I’ve just returned from the Smokey Mountains of Tennessee, but today’s photographs are from my visit to the Tetons in Wyoming. (If you’re anxious to see anything in … More Shifting Teton Sunrise
Spending the week in the Smokey Mountains before settling in for the holiday season. Lots of turkey, deer and bear coming your way soon!
While I was in Glacier National Park I was playing around with some HDR processes. While it didn’t turn out exactly as I’d wanted, I thought it was still pretty. So, in case any of you agree, I’ve uploaded the full resolution image HERE — feel free to download and use as your screensaver. And … More Free Wallpaper/Screensaver, anyone?
I mentioned in an earlier post that on my next trip through South Dakota I was going to spend more time in Deadwood and The Black Hills. My thought had been to skip the places I always return to in favor of something new, but going through my images from my visit to the Badlands, … More A Badlands Sunset
I’ve mentioned my car many times in my blog. My “Eletent”, the trusty Honda Element that has carried me all over the US and Canada and been my mobile tent through it all, has racked up a lot of miles. At 220,000 miles it was only to be expected that eventually something would go wrong … More Things Fall Apart