I recently had the opportunity to fly down to Tulsa for a week to do some exploring with the guidance of one of my favorite people, who just happens to be a brilliant portrait photographer (Natasha Schroeder of Rocking A Ranch Photography ). The trip was an experiment in several areas– how my spine would … More This Woman Wanders In The City: Tulsa
This isn’t something I’ve spoken about much on my travel blog, figuring few would be interested in the subject, but the more I speak to fellow travelers and creative types, the more I realize that I am not alone in my struggle. Many of you can relate to the feeling that there is no such … More Traveling With Anxiety
Unsurprisingly, after the past couple of years, I’ve been feeling a little rusty. I’m out of practice with every element of what I do. The camera work, the blogging, the travel, the hiking…and apparently remembering to apply bug spray. Last week, on an absolutely stunning day, my camera and I explored Delaware for the day. … More PSA
Lets do a little throw back to two of my favorite places. First up, Glacier National Park in Montana: And, secondly, in contrast, though it is a neighboring state, North Dakota (mostly Theodore Roosevelt National Park):
It sure has been a while, hasn’t it? Back in the beginning of December I had lumbar spinal surgery to finally correct the issue that has been holding me back the past couple of years. We fused at L5-S1 and the surgery appeared to have gone well. Unfortunately, I developed a systemic infection originating from … More Hello!
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A selection of square-format images from Badlands National Park, South Dakota…
The blue of the lake is caused by glacial runoff depositing silt at the bottom of the lake, refracting when the light hits it. I’ve been told that the color is at its most vibrant in July and August. Both of my visits have been in September and I never feel as if my photographs … More Lake Louise
A little throwback to 2010…and a reminder to my self that I need to revisit Yellowstone in every season.
Another installment covering what I was up to on this day in past years. October 4, 2010 I was on day 1 of deciding to make the 2700 mile drive from Denver to the eastern shore of Maryland in 2 days. I drove from Denver, Colorado to Peoria, Illinois. There was no time for photographing. … More On This Day, October 4