National Park Week

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It’s National Park Week! Why not celebrate by visiting one of the many National Park sites located across the country? (By the way, entrance fees will be waived at those sites which charge admission this coming weekend, April 22nd and 23rd.) Want to find a park service property near you? Follow the link to use the … Continued

Come and See!

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Psalm 66:5 lends itself exceptionally well to landscape imagery…. The magnificence of God’s handiwork is on display in such a marvelous way in the natural world. Last weekend I had the opportunity to fly up into the peaks of the Teton Range – a photo shoot I’ve been wanting to do for some months. Finally, … Continued

Morning by Morning

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Are you a morning person – or a night owl? I’m definitely in the former camp. My preference for the beginning of the day has only been magnified since I started making landscape photographs. When I lived in New Hampshire’s Seacoast, it was much easier to make daybreak images than those after sunset. End-of-the-day locations … Continued

A Year in Images

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You may know that all of the products in our store are original designs, created exclusively for The Christian Gift. The imagery is uniquely ours, too; the photographs come from my camera. (In addition to The Christian Gift, I wear a second hat: landscape photographer.) Over at my photography website, I posted a retrospective last … Continued

Come and See What God Has Done

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Come and see what God has done… Psalm 66:5 If you’re a regular visitor here – or over at our Facebook page – you know this verse is the basis for what has become a long-running series. “Come and see” indeed! God has surrounded us with beauty in the natural world. One need not jet … Continued

Come and See What God Has Done

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The last few weeks have been exceptionally dry here, with monsoonal moisture from the four corners region unable to penetrate the area. This has been especially unfortunate since a wildfire has been burning near Jackson, Wyoming since July 17th. There are other fires in Idaho as well, but this one so close to the Tetons … Continued