Cumberland Island Report

The humidity slowly smolders out my fire until I’m sitting under the glow of moonlight.  I decide now is a good time to crawl into the sleeping bag.  I walk towards my tent and hear a rustling in the brush.  I sweep my headlight across the night and a pair of floating eyes flickers in... Continue Reading →

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How to Photograph the Moulton Barn

The T.A. Moulton Barn rests nobly in the flats below the Teton Range.  This barn is the most of what remains of the Thomas Ama Moulton homestead built between 1912 and 1945.  Because of its iconic splendor, this barn sits high atop the bucket list for many photographers the world over.  According to Flikr, this... Continue Reading →

Northern Lights

It’s often said that photography is being in the right place in the right time and I couldn’t agree more.  So much of taking “great" photos is simply being out there in nature time and time again for the sunrises, the sunsets, the storms, etc.  Getting that perfect sunset shot is a matter of frequency.... Continue Reading →

Hillside Park Bismarck

  This is fog across Hillside Park the other morning. Like a lot of people who grew up in Bismarck Mandan, Hillside/Lions Park has somehow remained a constant in my life. As a young child my family lived on 13th Street for a few years. On summer days, we would walk to Hillside Park, stopping... Continue Reading →

Winter Collection

During the North Dakota winter, the tendency is to stay indoors as much as possible.  That's understandable as the season can be unforgiving with scouring winds and week-long snaps of sub zero temperatures.  However, the season also affords moments of profound beauty, stillness, and wonder.  A favorite pastime of mine is just going out and... Continue Reading →

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