As usual, I’m slacking on posting things in order or in a timely manner, but after a bunch of hassle trying to get my photo editing software to work, I’m finally able to process photos again. I had been hoping to continue using my old versions of Photoshop and Lightroom that I had purchased, but … More Finally able to share photos again!
I just returned from a very short trip to Colorado, but I packed a heck of a lot into those few short days! I saw Colorado like I’ve never seen it before. I’ve seen fall and I’ve seen winter, but I’ve never visited when the golden aspens were covered in snow. The ever changing landscape … More And a new season begins!
In the far northwest corner of Glacier National Park in Montana, down miles of bumpy dirt roads, past where the average tourist goes and beyond the off-grid town of Polebridge and several old homesteads, you’ll find the beautiful and remote Kintla Lake. What will strike you first, beyond the sheer beauty of the location, is … More Kintla Lake
Selection of photographs from my most recent fall trip to the Tetons in Wyoming.
I’m busy getting ready for the Sykesville Holiday Marketplace (in Westminster on the 28th of November). This means making sure I have the prints and giftables I want to have on hand, but also processing as many of the most recent photos as I can. Which is tricky, since I generally need to sit on … More Smokey Mountains Photo Drop
Occasionally I fail to capture a photo in a technically adequate way, but still feel the need to share the results. This photograph isn’t nearly as sharp as I’d like, but I still love the overall mood and the memories it brings back. This past September, I realized something odd. For all the time I’d … More Dawn On The Tundra