31 December 2011
30 December 2011
Red Bridge Over the River, Missoula Montana
(Yes, city mouse, I heard your loud - albeit squeaky - guffaw, “Traffic! That isn’t traffic!“, and I realize that, compared to larger cities, Missoula has no traffic. However, this is my monologue, so I beg your indulgence, knowing you protest because you are slightly jealous.)
29 December 2011
Don't Fence Me In - Lewistown, Montana
I am supremely happy when a photo turns out just the way I want it, without any tweaking after the shutter flips. And it’s even better to be rewarded with such a shot after not talking yourself out of stopping in the middle of a snowstorm while driving to visit family in Lewistown, Montana.
28 December 2011
Marriage of Convenience
transportation, even during the winter. This old iron fence hasn’t gone anywhere in decades & makes for a safe place to lock up.
27 December 2011
Water Under the Bridge
I’ve Never Met an Idiot on the River, Reflections on Family, Photography, and Fly-Fishing“, Henry Winkler shares his fascination for reflections as a photography subject. I understand the appeal; often, a reflection brings close the best elements of the day - blue sky, wistful clouds, snow.
26 December 2011
Old Trees Basking in the Sun
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25 December 2011
View West of Hamilton, Montana
On Thursday’s lunch break, I stopped at our local Allegra Printing office; behold, the view that graced their parking lot! A white Christmas may bypass the valley floor, but a 10 minute drive brings it up close & personal. When in Montana, if you ever need a reminder of what you’re thankful for, just take a look around.
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