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First Blush of September – Wallpaper & Football

In this part of the country, Fall weather comes much quicker. I have noticed just over the last ten days the colors ofView full post »

Whitewater Rodeo – Lochsa River, Idaho

Nic Box and I spent the afternoon looking for the “good water” along the upper Clearwater River drainage onView full post »

Power of Street Art

The street artist of today has evolved much like the rest of our culture, becoming more diverse and utilizing differentView full post »

Wildfire Sunset over Idaho

Apocalypse Now…. is what Idaho reminds me of at this time. Yesterday it was so smoky in the river valleys,View full post »

Refugees of the Nevada Desert

These are the last of my finished edits from my time in the Northern Nevada desert. Each image could stand alone but IView full post »

Miss Cheepers & Idaho County Fair

Last week I got a mid-week day off from the ER and clinic here in Orofino. I headed up to Cottonwood to catch up withView full post »

New Moon over Idaho

One of the things I have been waiting to do since arriving in Idaho is to shoot some astrophotography. Where I amView full post »

Horse Whispering Wild Horses…

Since visiting Helen’s sister, Anne (aka – the wild horse whisperer), on my trek to work in Idaho two weeksView full post »

In the Idaho Backcountry with Eleanor

I was fortunate to be able to sneak away from working in the ER here in Orofino for an afternoon this week. Michael MezaView full post »

Morning with a Wild Horse Band

On my last day in Nevada, I got up before sunrise and drove out into the desert mountains with Anne, the wild horseView full post »

Sunset over the Nevada Desert – Wallpaper

Today I was lucky to be able to hike the high desert hills of northern Nevada with Helen’s sister, Anne. We wereView full post »

Storms over the Arizona Painted Desert

Last week I finished my work in Stephenville for awhile and have decide to work overseas and do some locum tenensView full post »

Best part of our Anniversary…

It is Helen’s and my 25th anniversary today. It seems just a few years ago we were getting married in a park withView full post »

Graffitimudo!

Earlier this month while visiting Maddie who was doing summer school in Buenos Aires, she had one of her classmates goView full post »

A Day at The Mall – D.C.

Last week we were treated to a tour of D.C. by Kelly and Brian, who are both interning there for the summer. OnView full post »

Winter’s light in July – Buenos Aires

We are just starting to get caught up after quite a bit of travel over the last several weeks and before more begins. IView full post »

Imagine – Strawberry Fields, Central Park, NYC

Helen and I got back from NYC yesterday… glad to be home in Texas. One of the highlights of our visit was visitingView full post »

NYC – The High Line Park

Helen and I visited NYC the last two days as part of a job interviewing process I am going through. We were lucky toView full post »

July Wallpapers – Scenes from Buenos Aires

These are some of the more interesting images from our visit to Buenos Aires last week to see Maddie. Remember, it isView full post »

Teatro Colón with the Fuji x100

Maddie was able to get us tickets to the opening of the ballet season at the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires which wasView full post »

Street photography with Day Clicker – Buenos Aires

I am fortunate to have a wonderful wife who let me spend a day exploring BA today with a photo guide, Paloma Herb, fromView full post »

San Telmo street fair – Buenos Aires

Today, Maddie & Helen escorted me through one of the largest street fairs/markets in Buenos Aires. It happens everyView full post »

Street images with the Fuji X100

Over the last two days we have spent our time learning the nuances of Buenos Aires – the Recolata, Palemero (SohoView full post »

Waiting of Sushi…

Across the street from our apartment in Buenos Aires is this funky little Sushi Bar that serves Bulldogs if they waitView full post »

Recolata cemetary… Houses of the Holy

Helen and I landed south of the Equator in Argentina today on a visit to Maddie who is spending the summer studyingView full post »

“Art of a Barrel Turn”

The barrel racers were back at the Lone Star Arena this weekend and I got a chance on Sunday afternoon to spend a coupleView full post »

diamonds from the sky

We had an unexpected and greatly appreciated squall on Father’s Day afternoon here. Later in the evening afterView full post »

Some things just taste better in color….

Vendor on the way to a visiting Guatemalan circus in Corozal, Belize. Captured last year while working with theView full post »

Helen’s Garden

This year has been an experiment in gardening. Helen designed and constructed a set of raised beds. She then visitedView full post »

June Wallpapers…

These are two of my favorite images from May, both taken with the nikon D4. The top image was shot next to Helen’sView full post »

Macro Monday…

With the onset of summer officially arrived in Texas, the berries have been popping up with the heat. Soon it will beView full post »

Barrel Racing Extreme…

I was able to spend yesterday shooting the Memorial Day barrel race event at the Lone Star. This is one of my favoriteView full post »

Istanbul by request…

A few of my favorite images from Istanbul last year while visiting with Maddie. The opening image was one of the bestView full post »

Buenos Aires bound…

Maddie took off from “Terminal D” at DFW last night on her way to Argentina for a summer internship inView full post »

Roping at Bonita Ranch

On Thursday afternoon I was lucky to get a call from Brad & Barrie Smith at Bonita Ranch outside of Stephenville. HeView full post »

Athens…and Leadership

Last year Maddie & I traveled to Greece for her graduation trip. We landed in Athens as the protests started toView full post »