Category Archives: Travel Photography
My latest book is a 108-page coffee table book of images from across the entire state. From swamps to waterfalls, beaches to mountains, there’s plenty to explore in this beautiful place. To order, contact me via email.
So many people think those bright colors of the infamous Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone’s Midway Geyser Basin are doctored with Photoshop. Granted, these days, no one believes any photograph lives in it’s captured state but this one is for … Continue reading
After an entire year, I’ve finally completed my goal to create a series on Montana. The Nature of Montana: Fall is the final book and it is gorgeous. While fall can be brief in this great state, it is not … Continue reading
Book Number 2 of my “The Nature of Montana” series is now available. Since my summer was hindered by smoke from all the wildfire activity, I managed to complete the Spring/Summer version of the series. This is a 218 page … Continue reading
Finally, after many years of gathering images, I have put together the first in a series of books from my Montana adventures. This is a coffee table book of beautiful scenes and abstracts of the winter landscape. Montana winters are … Continue reading
On a recent visit to Glacier National Park, it was truly a vision of contrast. All the fire activity had me curious but the weather had closed in and snow caused the Going to the Sun Road to close temporarily. … Continue reading
Take a hike, a nature hike that is and leave the phone in your pocket. Take a friend or two or three but take some time to get out there and enjoy nature. I did just that and was so … Continue reading
Check out the current issue of Distinctly Montana magazine. On page 49 is a feature they did about my book, The Pintler Scenic Highway. You can read it online. Enjoy!
In May, I finally finished my book project on the Polar regions called Polar Opposites: Exploring Beyond 60 and it’s now available for purchase. This book encompasses 15 years of travel and photography to some remote and often once in … Continue reading