UPDATE: Please see updated information about Yellowstone on my new blog, Everyday Wanderer. As the National Park Service prepares to turn 100 on August 25th, America’s first national park has been a fixture in the news. Unfortunately, Yellowstone‘s coverage hasn’t been about the hundreds of animal species that roam the naturally wild 3,500 square foot […]

Between triple digit temperatures and no rain, this summer has been a hot, crispy one here Somewhere-in-the-Middle-of-the-USA.  I love taking photos outside and found it difficult to get out as often in the extreme heat this month.  Fortunately I got to spend a few days in both Toronto and Dallas (where it was surprisingly cooler than […]

As I woke up just after dawn on Friday morning, the last morning of the trip, I was excited to take another morning walk along the Toronto Harbour.  Thankfully the morning light was as beautiful as ever and the seagulls were being extra photogenic. What do you think?  Do you have a favorite shot below? […]

I’m on the fence about this shot.  I took it in May and never loved it enough to post it over other contenders.  I’m trying to get a handful of remaining, partially started posts either posted or trashed so can move on to June full speed, and I’m still on the fence about this one. What […]

As April draws to a close, I’m excited to see that the traffic to my site is now more than double any previous month.  From a development standpoint, that means I’m getting more and more feedback — from other amateurs and professionals alike — that is helping me develop my skills.  Even better than that are […]

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