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  • Client Photos: The Work of Richard Barrett

    I’m always excited to see what clients come away with at the end of my tours.  Because I don’t lead intensive workshops, work on post-processing techniques or go over slide shows every night, it’s a mixed bag when it comes to the types of images my clients will produce.  And I mean that in a good way.  Everyone processes their

  • New Photos: Washington Parks & Reserves 2015

    As we get the new site going, I’ll slowly be uploading images to the archive.  This process is going to take a while.  I have to go back and keyword thousands of old images in my collection to ensure they’re searchable.  For now, I’ve started with a few smaller galleries featuring some of the images from my recent local outings.

  • Free Two Night Stay at a Costa Rica Lodge

    Okay, this may be a bit of a long shot, but I’m wondering if anyone is planning a visit to Costa Rica later this year, or knows someone who is. I have a free two night stay at the Lapa Rios Lodge that I probably will not be able to use, and I’m happy to give it to anyone that

  • Yellowstone Spring 2015 Trip Report, Days 39 & 40 (June 18 & 19… The End!)

    Day 39, June 18 Perhaps one of the quietest day of the trip in the park, as we found very little to photograph.  We did spy some elusive critters during the morning drive south to Hayden Valley, including a weasel in the pre-dawn darkness south of Sheepeater and two snowshoe hares.  Not surprisingly, there was no time to even lift

  • Yellowstone Spring 2015 Trip Report, Day 38 (June 17)

    Day 38, June 17 This was the type of morning that lulled you to sleep and then exploded in your face. For the first two hours of our morning drive, we found absolutely nothing to photograph.  Then things started to simmer a bit.  The grizzly with two cubs was north of the road in the Lamar again, this time a