Welcome, Summer!

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Ironically, as summer officially arrives, a cold front is passing through the Intermountain West – bringing with it a chance of snow flurries at higher elevations! Nothing like a little snow to begin the season. I was over in Grand Teton National Park with my camera last week chasing the stormy skies which were forecast. … Continued

Ambassadors From Another Time

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That’s how John Steinbeck described California’s giant, spectacular redwoods. “From them comes silence and awe. It’s not only their unbelievable stature, nor the color which seems to shift and vary under your eyes, no, they are not like any trees we know, they are ambassadors from another time.” The tallest trees on earth, coastal redwoods … Continued

Come and See

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“Come and see what God has done…” Psalm 66:5 The Taggart Lake Trail, a portion of which is pictured here, is one of my favorite in Grand Teton National Park. The lake to which it takes you is quite nice, but there are also  spectacular views along the way – like this one. Much of … Continued

Still Winter!

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I made a quick trip up and back to Yellowstone to photograph Mammoth Hot Springs Friday/Saturday. The mercury was forecast to dip well below zero which amplifies the thermal features for which the park is famous. While spring is making an entrance in many areas, winter maintains its grip in the northwest corner of Wyoming!

Presidents’ Day

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“I never considered a difference of opinion in politics, in religion, in philosophy, as cause for withdrawing from a friend.” ~Thomas Jefferson

Too Much of a Good Thing

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As I recall, Punxsutawney Phil said something about an early spring. Less than two weeks ago. Apparently, he wasn’t referring to my neck of the woods. 🙂 Snow, snow, snow. I’m not actually rooting for an early spring, since I’d like to get to Mammoth Hot Springs and the Lamar Valley at Yellowstone for a … Continued