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  • 2020 Spring Sale: Discounts on Prints, New Calendars, and More

    Like many business owners around the world, I am being affected by the Coronavirus outbreak. This is happening to many people in my profession and those who are similarly tied to the world of travel. As a result, I’ve got to find ways to generate a little extra income, so why not stimulate some sales with some spring discounts and

  • New Video: Yellowstone’s Winter Wolves

    As a companion piece to the new gallery of wolf photos I just published, I’ve uploaded my first Yellowstone video in several years: Yellowstone’s Winter Wolves. I used to shoot a lot more video during my trips in the park—you can see all of the compilations I put together from those trips on my YouTube Channel—but eventually a lack of time

  • New Photos: Yellowstone Winter 2020 Wolves

    I shared the first batch of photos from my stellar winter Yellowstone trip last week. Now it’s time for the main event: wolves! My best-ever winter visit to the park was great in many regards, but what really put it over the top was the multiple good wolf encounters. It’s rare enough for me to have one close (i.e., within 200

  • Gear Review: Think Tank Photo Emergency Rain Cover (Large)

    During my recent run of winter trips I was patiently waiting for an opportunity to try out my latest piece of equipment for review, Think Tank’s Emergency Rain Cover. To properly test it, I needed some foul weather. Yellowstone National Park did its best to provide an opportunity. After a run of cold, dry days, I finally had a chance to stand outdoors

  • New Photos: Yellowstone Winter 2020 Wildlife & Scenery

    My 2020 winter Yellowstone trip was the best winter experience I’ve ever had in the park. I headed over in mid-January to spend a week on my own in the northern range before kicking off my winter photo tour. For the tour, we spent three days on a private snow coach in the park interior, followed by three more days