On New Year’s Eve, my mom and I bundled up and went for a magical late night stroll in the snow. It was the perfect way to ring in the New Year, “making fresh tracks” as my mom put it, breathing in the cool air, marveling at how quiet it was, and throwing a few snowballs of course. I always love that week between Christmas and New Year’s when the mad holiday rush is over… View Post

Confession: I have become a bit obsessed with cows as of late. You can ask Michael, but I think we’ve discussed cows every day for the last month. Obviously, we’re in rural Wyoming and the Platte Valley is home to lots of cattle ranches. My daily commute to work offers picturesque views of rolling ranch lands with cows happily roaming and grazing. I see more cattle and wildlife than other vehicles or people which makes… View Post

“Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience.” Ralph Waldo Emerson A few of my favorite shots from the past few weeks. We got a log cabin in Grand Lake, Colorado in March, and enjoyed our first float of the season last weekend here in Saratoga on the North Platte River. I’m extremely drawn to wildlife lately and it’s abundant here, though often elusive, which creates for a fun challenge when it comes to… View Post

  It’s a snowy March day in Wyoming and I’ve been thinking a lot about my Dad today. It’s true what people say, that the grief comes in waves. There are good days and bad days. Days when I don’t want to think or talk about it at all, and days where I can’t quite focus fully on anything else because he is on my mind. Some days it feels good to cry, and other days… View Post