There’s a day for everything, it seems! That said, I’m all in for this one. I have two favorites, both in Maine: Portland Head Light, and Nubble Light. I’ve spent a great deal of time at the latter with my camera, and miss it.
Come and see what God has done… Psalm 66:5 I made this photograph almost exactly one year ago. The monsoonal conditions last summer were much better than they have been so far this season. Once July rolls around, there is typically a good chance you’ll see nice cloud production over the mountains in the afternoon, … Continued
“My father didn’t tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.” Clarence Budington Kelland This reminds me of my own dad: a guy who led by example. He was a man of integrity, a man of great talent and accomplishment, a man of faith, and a man who cared … Continued
You’re a grand old flag You’re a high-flying flag And forever in peace may you wave You’re the emblem of The land I love The home of the free and the brave Ev’ry heart beats true Under red, white and blue Where there’s never a boast or brag But should old acquaintance be forgot Keep … Continued
“In all things of nature there is something marvelous.” -Aristotle I recall how awe-inspiring it was the first time I laid eyes on the Teton range. The lack of foothills on the eastern side makes for quite a dramatic view of the mountains (that said, the peaks are equally beautiful on the western slope). After … Continued
“Freedom is not free.” In memory of all those who paid the ultimate price…
Today is National Public Gardens Day (who knew there was such a thing)? As a gardener, a landscape photographer, and one who enjoys gardens in all sizes and styles – it sounds good to me! This seems like a great weekend to visit (and linger) in a public garden near you…
“You can bury a lot of troubles digging in the dirt.” If you’re a gardener, you know this is true! It always amazes me how quickly the landscape transforms from sleeping to wide awake and bursting with vibrance in the spring. Though stiff winds here in eastern Idaho can make for an exceedingly short blooming … Continued
Bloom where you’re planted…
Every month has something wonderful to offer. For my money, though, there is nothing like the month of May. I worried a bit that moving to the high altitude of the Intermountain West might put a real damper on my favorite time of year, but happily (so far, at least) this hasn’t been the case. … Continued
O Lord, my God, when I in awesome wonder consider all the worlds Thy hands have made….
I get a kick out of these offbeat observances. Usually I just chuckle, but today I’m all in! A pet has been part of my household for most of my life. Our current furry friend actually adopted us. She showed up on our doorstep not too long after we arrived in Idaho, nothing but skin … Continued