Dumas, TX - United States
August 27th, 2010
October 7th, 2012
We decided to stay at a campground on the Madison river so I got up early and and went out hoping to find an elk crossing in the early morning steam, just didn't happen after three days we moved on and tried Mammoth area for a few days then headed ba...
August 22nd, 2012
Mt Evans is in Colorado west of Denver and is the highest paved road in the US, you can park your car at 14000+ ft, its one of the best areas to photograph Rocky Mountain Goats, I was lucky enough to be the only one on the mountain one morning well ...
May 23rd, 2012
Many people ask about my camera gear and what I shoot, I have been shooting Nikon almost from the beginning and I had a Nikon D2x and it was a great camera then I thought I needed a D300 so I retired the D2x and I have tried to like the D300, its bet...
November 23rd, 2011
Just came back from Colorado and spent three days shooting Big Horn sheep in the rut, I think it was a little early but we still had action, spent most of our time in Big Thompson canyon looking up at the sheep. Had special company this trip, my son-...
October 8th, 2011
I left camp before sunup and saw three moose in the sage flats, I had to decide whether to go for them or the landscape sunrise, I chose the landscape thinking I would be back by the time the light was good on the moose, What I missed was a battle ro...
July 27th, 2011
While I was shooting this shot maybe 6 people walked by looking at us, standing there in the grand scenic Arches national Park shooting puddles of water, I don't think any of them ever saw the reflection, they sure missed a sight !
April 28th, 2011
This bald eagle was building a nest near the Ox Bow in Grand Tetons national Park, we watched it fly in several trips with branches and finally worked our way into position to get a few shots, was a beautiful fall day and a cooperative subject.
April 28th, 2011
Sometimes a photo just falls in your lap other times it seems everything is against you, this photo of a buck Antelope was just as simple as being there and resting the camera on a bean bag out the window and getting the shot, one of my current favor...