The Story Beyond The Picture

I’ve always been fascinated by mountains and moving water. The first may seem easier to render than the second – mountains don’t move. But

The One-Armed Major Got There First Most of it has been civilized, but a few bits of Flaming Gorge still look as John Wesley

Turning at Another Little Brown Sign Utah had been frying on our way up, so we took a cooler route through Wyoming on our

Chemo slows you down, but it can let you keep going. Pat and Daisy model what every eclipse viewer is wearing this season. Getting

One by One in the Bad Old Days In the pre-2007 days before Lightroom, I used stand-alone image management software (DigitalPro, no longer available)

“No plan survives contact with the enemy.” – Field Marshall Helmuth von Moltke These words are still very true today, over 150 years after

I can shoot that picture in one lens, Tom Before usable zooms, a common question was how many lenses you needed to shoot most

In last week’s post, you discovered an almost accidental lava field, a 100-year-old railroad trestle, and intensely storm-shrouded skies making great mountain landscapes near

“Hmm… 60-100% chance of rain in Cloudcroft this weekend.” We’d been planning a getaway in the mountains around Cloudcroft, New Mexico that would be

First, a disclaimer – nothing written here shall be construed as advice for viewing a solar eclipse. The information is for amusement purposes only.