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  • Yellowstone Fall 2020 Trip Report, Days 4-5

    October 23, 2020 Friday was one of those Let’s See Where the Road Takes Us kind of days. No super early start… just get into the Lamar and see what happens from there. No snow overnight, for once (don’t worry, that is going to change), so the roads were clear and safe. Boy, the valley was quiet. We were one

  • Yellowstone Fall 2020 Trip Report, Days 2 – 3

    October 21, 2020 The first thing I did on Wednesday morning was put on my shoes, tromp through 3 inches of fresh snow and brush off the internet satellite dish to reestablish our connection. You may scoff, but No Internet = No Trip Reports! Silver Gate is always lovely under a fresh blanket of white stuff, even if it’s a

  • Yellowstone Fall 2020 Trip Report, Days 0-1

    October 19, 2020 A week after driving home from a wonderful family trip to our cabin and the park (barely any photo exploration, and it was family time, thus no trip report), I returned to Yellowstone for some time behind the lens. I didn’t feel like driving again, so I flew. It was my first time flying since the COVID

  • Wildlife Photographer of the Year: Thoughts on a Tayra in a Tree

    Last week I shared the news that my photo of a tayra was Highly Commended in the Animal Portraits category of the 56th Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. This information, which I’ve had to keep secret since March, has been one of the highlights of 2020 for me. Learning a few months later that the WPY56 awards ceremony and related activities

  • Wildlife Photographer of the Year: Traveling Exhibition (Updated October, 2020)

    I’m very excited that I’ve had a photo awarded in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition for the second year in a row. This means that once again, my work will be on display at London’s Natural History Museum and traveling the world as part of the roaming WPY exhibit. The Coronavirus has wreaked havoc on the exhibition tour, meaning