Happy Thanksgiving and Gift Idea

String Lake, Grand Tetons National Park, WY




Happy Thanksgiving to all my followers.  This year is rapidly coming to a close and I just wanted to express my appreciation to all my followers and fans of my work.  It is certainly worth being thankful for what talents I am able to communicate in my photography.  While my work is intrinsically rewarding, I do also get great pleasure in your  comments and knowing I  have been somewhat successful in communication my artistic vision to others  through my photography.

Winter Beech

If you are in the Kansas City area, I  hope you will drop by my Black and White exhibit at the  Harris-Kearney House Museum on Saturday 1st, 5:30 – 7:30  for a wine and cheese reception for the exhibit.  I will be there to discuss my work and would be honored to meet and spend time with you.  The museum is located at 4000 Baltimore, Kansas City, MO  64111

With Christmas now only weeks away, you might consider one of my workshops coming up in 2019 as a gift for one of your photog friends.  The link below will provide details.  I’m also excited to announce that  now partnering with me on many of my workshops is famed photographer and Visual Wilderness Team contributor, Jane Palmer .  Beyond being a wonderful photographer, Jane brings to the mix an expansive photography  background and skill set.  Her talent is manifest in her diverse works as an underwater, macro, nature and landscape photographer.  Equally evident is her burning desire to share her knowledge with other photographers.  Jane and I are committed to take your workshop experience to the next level.  Our workshops are not just a photo tour, but rather a comprehensive program designed to elevate your skills as a photographer, as well as helping you come away from your workshop experience with memorable images, elevated skills, and new friends.  This is our vision and purpose as we look forward to working with you.




2 Comments on “Happy Thanksgiving and Gift Idea

  1. I love the black and white image of the coniferous trees at String Lake. Such beautiful tones. I wish you all the best with the workshops in 2019. Looks like an interesting and diverse series of workshops.

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