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Little Rocky Creek Shut-ins

  During my recent Missouri Ozark workshop I took the group to a lesser known shut-in along the Ozark Trail between Rocky Falls and Klepzig Mill.  It was not a long hike, about a half mile off the main road, crossing a couple light marshy areas through some pines and scattered hardwoods.  Soon we had […]

Last Morning Light at Swawbacher’s Landing

  Just finished up my 2018 Grand Tetons workshop.  Another great group of folks.  We all had a great time and captured some fine images.  Certainly the colors were more timely this year than last.  This shot was at our last morning shoot. Temps were worthy of a few hand warmers in the coat pocket […]

2018 Looking Forward

Often we see the trend at year’s end  of reviewing the “best of”, “worst of”, the “review of” everything from movies, politics, the passing of famous persons, tweets, you name it. The list seems endless.  And of course we as photographers engage in this as we post or best (certainly not worst) images of the […]

The Columbia River Gorge – Scarred for a Generation

  I have made several trips to the Columbia River Gorge area over the past few years.  This beautiful stretch along Scenic Hwy 30 just East of Portland, Oregon has been a beautiful treasure for hikers, photographers, nature lovers, and tourist for years.  Unfortunately, due to extremely careless actions of one or several young teens, […]