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  • Yellowstone Winter 2020 Trip Report, Days 2-3

    January 13, 2020 I tried to get out the door a little earlier Monday morning, in the off chance the wolves had returned or were lingering near the kill site. I didn’t make good time though, as I kept stopping for random things. Actually, most of the stops were bison-related, wider photos of the winter landscape. The east end of

  • Yellowstone Winter 2020 Trip Report, Days 0 – 1

    I’ve been looking forward to this trip for a few reasons. It’s been a couple years since my last winter visit to Yellowstone. Gone are the days when we’d make the trip out after Christmas each year (at least until our son is older). So now I only get out when I’m leading a tour, as I will be doing

  • Best of 2019: Favorite Photos and Moments of the Year

    I’m grateful that I continue to have the opportunity to travel for my photography work, sharing so many fun experiences in amazing wild places with my clients, while also maintaining some semblance of balance with home and family life. There’s no question my photography highlight of the year was receiving the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Black and White honor

  • 2019 in Review: Sharing Top Work From My Peers

    One of my favorite features of the Year in Review series of posts is when I share the best work from my fellow photographers. Many are pros, some are semi-professionals or hobbyists, but they all have produced some fantastic images over the years. I hope you’ll take time to see their highlighted images below and visit their websites/social media accounts to see

  • 2019 in Review: Not Quite the Best of the Year

    It’s difficult whittling down my list of favorite images of the year. Over the last few years, I’ve settled on something akin to a “semi-final” list of photos, which eventually gets trimmed even further until I’m left with ten to fifteen finalists. But I still like to share the runners-up, those photos that stood out either aesthetically or because they