At the lovely Farm to Table dinner we enjoyed earlier this month, we met a lovely woman, a friend of a neighbor, who lives on acreage in Weston, Missouri.  She told us about the tobacco barn on her property and invited us out to check it out, and you know what a sucker I am […]

I can’t believe another month has passed!  I’m trying to get all of the remaining photos I shot in June that I want to share up on the site before July is here.  Here are three shots of black-eyed susans from over the course of the past month. Do you have a favorite below? Black-Eyed […]

Called “the place where the mountain lion lies” by Native Americans, Captain William Clark named it “Pompeys Tower” in honor of Sacagawea’s toddler son Jean Baptiste Charbonneau, who he had nicknamed “Pomp.”  Nicholas Biddle, first editor of Lewis and Clark’s journals, changed the name to “Pompeys Pillar.”  The Pillar overlooks the Yellowstone River and still […]

One of the things I wanted to be sure to capture during this trip to Montana was an old barn with wildflowers in front and an amazing sky.  From my amateur’s point-of-view, I couldn’t be happier with this shot! What do you think?  Any tips or suggestions for me? You Might Also Enjoy: Old Barn […]

More photos from the meadow on the hill, this time as the moon was rising in the east and the sun was setting in the west.  At sunset on the hill, if I sink into the tall grass (and play the wave ap on my smart phone) I almost feel as if I’m sitting by […]