Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Travels like the one planned for the Spring are never just about the destinations. The right route will make a full day of driving just as incredible as a day at a destination spot. There was one particular day last year that I felt was fairly well captured in photographs. The day started off in … More On A Traveling Day
Selection of photographs from my most recent fall trip to the Tetons in Wyoming.
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
After Devil’s Tower, I met up with my good friend and fellow photographer, John Sperry, who was joining me for the following week or so of my travels. We’d chosen Buffalo, Wyoming as our meeting place based on its proximity to our mutual locations and planned destination. We lucked out with a gorgeous campsite at … More Fort Phil Kearny
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
I’m not sure there are many things cuter than a baby black bear…except maybe three baby black bears. Yellowstone National Park.
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
The J. P. Cunningham Cabin in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming was built in 1888 by John and Margaret Cunningham. Fun Fact: Two Montana wranglers approached Cunningham in the fall of 1892 to purchase hay. Cunningham allowed the strangers to winter on his ranch. Rumors spread that the men were horse thieves. Next spring, … More J. P. Cunningham Cabin
My campsite last night was in the Pole Mountain Area of Medicine Bow National Forest . It was surrealy beautiful. I think it may become a more scheduled part of my route whenever I come out west. I would love to be able to spend more time there photographing. This morning I’d hoped to capture … More Day 19: Greetings from Colorado