Nature Calls for 2018
I’ve always wanted to create a wildlife calendar. Last year’s came close, with half of the images, plus the cover. This year fulfills the dream, mostly meaning that I was out among winged and furry beings enough. My friend, Paul Bannick, really is the inspiration…
Grand Teton Yellowstone 2017
These are photos from a trip to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks (mostly Grand Teton), Oct. to Nov., 2018. Clicking on any image, above and below, launches a full-sized viewer.
National Parks Landscapes
Arguably, it is the iconic landscapes that draw us to our national parks, and move us to preserve them. No matter where I went during a year of reporting on the National Park Service centennial, the shining seas and purple mountains majesty always moved me….
National Parks People
During a year reporting on national parks, I either accompanied, encountered or befriended a lot of people. They ranged from family and journalist colleagues to the rangers who interpret and steward the lands. Clicking on an image will launch a full-sized viewer.
2017 Calendars (Nature Calls)
Last year’s version of Nature Calls featured images only from Washington, my home state. This year, I go nation-wide again. I think these are my best images – my photography got better because I went to better places (15 national parks for the National Park…
Making a Splash
One of the joys of a recent visit to Rocky Mountain National Park was watching a young elk buck splish-splash in one of the Sheep Lakes. Often, Bighorn Sheep visit the lakes for the salt deposits in the soil. There were no Bighorn Sheep this…