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Involved in photography all my life—starting out as a model for my father, a terrific photographer in his own right. Got my first Brownie Box Camera as a child, and have never looked back. Got serious when I inherited my father’s Kodak 35mm viewfinder camera, then moved on to Single Lens Reflex cameras. Finally joined the digital revolution in the fall of 2006. Most of my work is done with a Nikon D80 digital SLR fitted with various Nikkor and Sigma lenses.

I enjoy landscape photography, as well as portraits of birds and flowers. Am working up to photographing people. I’ve been blessed by the folks at Red Bubble who have featured several of my works. You can see some of those features here

Among my current projects are:

Found On Road Daily—cars and trucks

Court Houses of Montana

Mostly Rural Churches

Depopulation

101 Stolen Red Pickups

Note that the only thing “stolen” is the image. These are red pickups I have seen around the country, mostly along US Highway 101, hence ‘101 Stolen Red Pickups’ and photographed without the knowledge or permission of the truck’s owner.

Other collections:

Pacific Coast

Oregon

California

Montana

West Virginia

I hope you enjoy my work.

Here are a few of my favorites, shown as canvas prints:

Big Sky, Small Water

Pacific Sunset

Lake McDonald

Indian Paintbrush HDR

Homage to O’Keeffe

Sanderlings in surf (This hangs framed above my own desk)

And one as a laminated print:

Upper Twin Lake, Beaverhead County Montana

Thank you for visiting my site.

  • Age: 66
  • Joined: June 2009

Journal

Another Sale

I am so blessed. It doesn’t feel right to just say “another sale.” Someone purchased both a framed print and a poster of a photo that no one else has noted in the past four years. It is one of my favorite shots, and I do hope that the purchaser is well pleased with the art. Here’s what they bought (if I’ve formatted this correctly): The Silo Family / Thank you, …
Posted 7 months – 1 comments

How I got to this point: First Digital Camera

I’ve had a camera in my hand most of my life, progressing from a Brownie Box to an Instamatic, to my dad’s Kodak Rangefinder 35 mm, and eventually to my very own Zenit SLR and a range of other 35 mm SLRs and compact point and shoots. But in 1999, I bought my very first digital camera, a Panasonic PV-SD4090, a state-of-the-art instrument that recorded on floppy disks (remember those?)…
Posted 9 months – Leave a comment
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