This spring, my wife and I embarked on a long planned 24 mile hike along the gorgeous, rugged, and remote wilderness Hells Canyon National Historic Trail, along the Snake River. The hike began not on foot, but aboard the Kirby Ranch triple jet, jetboat. We hitched a ride from Pittsburgh Landing, with the annual Hells … More Take A Hike With Me: Hells Canyon National Historic Trail ~ Idaho, U.S.A.
The crystal clear, calm waters on Payette lake with the subtlest hints of shades of green on the shore line, caught my eye on a recent hike. The last remnants of ice barely holding on. Then I saw an eye in the lake looking at me! (=
Clouds flow onto rock Wind mixes with the canyon An ancient cycle
As the last bits of snow (at 5000 ft, plenty up high still) melt up here in the West Central mountains of Idaho, U.S.A., some of the first Earthlings to emerge happy, and eager are the succulents, spiders, and ground cover creeping plants.
A very rainy day in Washington D.C., U.S.A., did not completely dampen my spirit to capture a few images as I walked from reception to reception while in the city on business. I explored some of the art filters in my Olympus OM-D-E1 to help bring a little life out of the very flat light. … More A Rainy Walk On The D.C. Mall
I had the chance to hop on a plane for some beer related work in Washington D.C. in December, to take part in the events associated with the yearly U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree , which was harvested from the Payette National Forest, and the Little Ski Hill, in my home of McCall, Idaho. We made a … More The People’s Library
On a recent trip to the capitol of the U.S.A., Washington D.C., I took a tour of the Library of Congress. I captured a series of images that show the dizzying array of colors, angles, and history that are housed in this incredible place. This image below was a zoom shot of a high corner … More Angels Of Knowledge