It had been 2 years since I had spent time with my photography friends with whom I had visited Maine and Yellowstone.
I had heard about the Chapel on the Rock that was close to Estes Park so when I had a few minutes I looked it up and realized it was only a few miles from where we were staying.
Another year has gone by in a whirl of politics, hurricanes and learning a new job but through it all my photography has been my happy place. When I take my camera and go
I had seen images of this iconic site but nothing prepared me for the actual view of the Grand Prismatic Spring in the Midway Geyser Basin in
One of the must see places we wanted to photograph while out West, was a ghost town. Our friend, Evan Jones, who lives in Idaho, told us about and then took us to a couple of interesting ghost towns. The one that was the most ghosty was Bannack, Montana. The main street was
One of the main attractions in Yellowstone National Park is the bison! The afternoon of our second day
I was watching a KelbyOne class on Lightpainting by one of my favorite photographers, Dave Black, a while back. This class was about lightpainting big things like landscapes. One of the venues that Dave shot in the class was Schwabacher Landing in the Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. When we were planning our trip
On the west side of Yellowstone Lake is an interesting and colorful area called West Thumb Geyser Basin. This area is one of the many
Gainesville, Florida is known for the University of Florida but just over on the west side of I-75 is the beautiful