One sight that people expect to see when they go to Brainard Lake is moose. I have also seen deer there, and apparently bears have been coming to the campsight on a nightly basis, but hardly anyone ever sees one.Read More
Ansel Adams - the late photographer whose work I admire - is said to have once remarked:
Twelve significant photographs in any one year is a good crop.
In that spirit, I've selected my own personal favorites from the past twelve months that cover a broad range of my photographic interests. I hope you enjoy these. Leave comments if you feel motivated to do so, and many of these are also for sale as prints.
Best wishes for a happy and art-filled 2017!Read More
In September I made a couple of Fall Colors expeditions with a friend. See the resulting photographs in this entry.Read More
Storm at Lake Isabelle is one of my more dramatic photographs. To begin with, Lake Isabelle is a beautifully picturesque alpine lake, located at about 10,900 feet elevation. Depending on which trail heads are open, the one-way hike to Lake Isabelle can range from two miles to four.Read More