We've been doing some photography right around our 10 acre property in the Creston Valley.
We had to change locations of our backpack because we couldn't find the trail. But it turns out to be a good thing because we discovered a fabulous alpine area close to home!
The convergence of cirrus cloud, moon and a "Vee" of Canada geese is a favored chance of preparation.
Help us choose a favorite shot of Lockhart creek as it enters Kootenay Lake. Rank the photos. Thanks!
A couple days in Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park yielded a nice landscape and wildlife shot with a goofy story.
Several years ago we stopped briefly at Capital Reef National Park and decided to return someday for a closer look.
The cold front I mentioned in my Kodachrome blog moved in for a week, so we retreated back down to lower elevation and returned to Zion on March 31.
The last week in March we spent in Kodachrome Basin near Bryce National Park.
The weather has been unseasonably warm and sunny, so the locals say. What a great time to be here!
Here's how we build our strong but light frames for the gallery wrap photos.