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Photo of the Month- January 2011

My buddy Trooz and I wound up on a completely spontaneous trip to New Mexico and the Grand Canyon over the recent holiday break.  The images can be seen in my “New Work Gallery” at this link: http://www.blacksheepphotos.com/Landscapes/NEW-2/13615751_LQKXW#1150806244_qgKaB Trooz knows Northern New Mexico well having spent his...

Photo of the Month- Dec 19, 2010

[caption id="attachment_102" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Mesa Verde Cliff Dwelling"][/caption] Here is the Photo of the month for December. Yes, I’ve switched from a weekly photo to monthly.  Just don’t have time to post a weekly photo. This month I was fortunate to visit Yosemite Valley during a storm and...

Photo of the Week- Nov 21

Photo of the Week- Nov 21, 2010 This week I’ve imbedded a couple of wallpaper images in this post for your downloading pleasure.  Both images are from my recent visits to the Eastern Sierra.  One is of Half Dome from Olmsted Point and the other of...

Photo of the Week- Nov 7

Photo of the Week Last week I mentioned I was in the Eastern Sierra.  In addition to putting in our ski cache we also spent some time photographing around Mono Lake, Bodie and the Fall Colors near Bridgeport.  The Fall colors were fabulous.  I was hoping...

Photo of the Week 10/18/2010

I had the opportunity to photograph the Alameda Car Show a couple weeks ago.  Vintage Cars are always a fun subject to shoot.  Usually the owner is standing by eager to explain all the work and energy put into the restoration.  Often times it is...

Photo of the Week- Oct 4, 2010

I just read in the Mammoth Times that Tioga and Sonora Passes are closed.  AKA the Granite Curtain, these are two main roads over the Sierra.  Seems like an early storm has surprised a few folks with early snowfall.  Hopefully this is a short lived...

Rainier NP Wildflowers

I was in Ashford, WA about a week ago and managed to be there while the wildflowers were at their peak!  Had a meeting with the good folks at IMG (http://mountainguides.com/) after which we went to Paradise for a short hike at Sunset.  The wildflowers...