A Badlands Sunset

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

Devil’s Tower

This trip was the second time I made a quick stop at Devil’s Tower National Monument on my way to someplace else.  As before, though I had forgotten until I was there again, I wished I had scheduled more time. Devil’s Tower itself is, of course, the main attraction, domineering the landscape, but its not … More Devil’s Tower

Lamar Valley

Each area of Yellowstone National Park is so disparate from the other that I often feel like I’ve been teleporting between different lands.  Traveling from the Mammoth area to Lamar Valley takes me through an ever changing landscape.  By the time I’m in Lamar Valley, I feel like I’ve entered the Land Of The Lost, … More Lamar Valley

Fearless Red Dogs

My trip to Colorado, Montana and Wyoming was a whirlwind of travel, photography and amazing animal encounters.  I didn’t manage to photograph every encounter, like the wolf the we followed as it trotted down the road in the light of our headlights, then turned around to stand 10 feet from the vehicle window before melting … More Fearless Red Dogs

Photo Art

I’ve been combining my love of photography, travel and quotes into photo art.   Said art is available over in my Etsy shop if you’re interested.

Many Glaciers

Often considered the heart of the park, Many Glaciers, in the north east quadrant of Glacier National Park, feels like stepping back in time.  With towering mountains, active glaciers, wildlife and beautiful waters, the area is stunning and populated with deer, bighorn sheep, black bears, grizzly bears and smaller mammals and birds.  Hiking trails, wooded … More Many Glaciers