Come and See

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Come and see what God has done! Psalm 66:5 I was in Alaska recently on a photo shoot. Icebergs are prevalent this time of year at Tracy Arm Fjord near Juneau (about 45 miles to the southeast). On this day, the stormy skies, further darkened as the sun occasionally poked through the thickening overcast, made … Continued

Something Marvelous

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“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

This Beautiful Season

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  As day breaks over a field of wildflowers in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, dew clings to individual blades of grass. Every season has its unique beauty, but this time of year outdoes itself! You’ll see this image featured in one of our teacher appreciation plaques: Follow the link to view the collection: Teacher Appreciation … Continued

Nature’s Beauty

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  “In all things of nature there is something marvelous.” -Aristotle I had the opportunity recently to photograph the majestic sea stacks at Bandon Beach on Oregon’s southern coast. Another of the countless wonders which God has created! The beauty of nature is always there, just waiting to be admired – and it can be … Continued

Come and See

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Come and see what God has done! Psalm 66:5 Nature’s beauty is all around us; the ability to experience it doesn’t require jetting off to an exotic destination. It can be as close as the other side of your window. Take the time to notice!

Stepping Over the Threshold into the New Year

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And so 2018 begins! It seems like not very long ago we were all talking about Y2K – how can it be that 17 years have passed since then? Hope you all enjoyed the holidays. Photography has been a challenge the past few weeks here in Eastern Idaho. We’ve had long stretches of fog and/or … Continued

Going Mobile

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As far as landscape photography goes, I prefer to shoot with my “big” camera. I can choose which lens to use, I have control over shutter speed and depth of field, I can manage high-contrast situations, and so on. That said, my phone’s camera is capable of some pretty amazing things. To that end, I … Continued