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Created on Sat Jan 5, 2013
*** 2012 brought all kinds of delights and hilarious disasters behind the scenes around here. Here's a gallery of photos I hope you'll enjoy as I look at the pictures and events that shaped the year. ...
Every once in a while, I have to usurp your screen for a moment with a run down of the antics of a short but exceptionally fun adventure trip I take, sadly, without my family. Complex schedules affect ...
Created on Mon May 7, 2012
Since my house burned down I now own a better view of the rising moon — Mizuta Masahide, Japanese poet Almost five years ago when my daughter was just a newborn baby, I, like all new dads cast ...
Created on Tue Mar 13, 2012
The thrill of surprise is likely the one thread that connects all forms of outdoor adventure. Watching a skier pull a 540, taking a ride through Crystal Rapid on the Colorado River, on-sight flashing ...
... to give you your fix. Here are 10 of 'em as seen through my camera.  ...
Camera: Canon 5D | Lens: EF16-35mm f/2.8L | Setting: f/8, 1/20, ISO 100 On the fifth morning of a seven-day road trip I woke up just before dawn to trek three miles to the edge of Canyon de Chelly, ...
Place a wager for best description of a desert rain on chapter twelve of Barbara Kingsolver's book The Bean Trees and there's a good chance you'd win. She crescendos over the course of some 800 words ...
... a pinhole camera and a project to shoot. When the class moved on to 35mm cameras . . .  ...
... with the camera and their dedication to seeking out extraordinary light and subjects, a pursuit that does not come easy or without sacrifice. To tie it together, planet Earth is a pretty cool place and ...
... more awkward when I'm asked, "What kind of camera do you have?" because it feels like that's someone's way of digging to the depths to find the treasure of nabbing some great photos. And what I end ...
I don't know.  What's worse torture for your camera?  Under the tire of a truck, or in the hands of a 7 year-old boy? Dirt encrusted on his cheeks, grass stains on one knee, a full-blown rip in the ...
Look, I know you don't want to pony up 80 bucks for a little tripod, but let me explain. These days it's increasingly difficult to sort out when you're just paying for panache or scoring something ...
Pretty soon we won't have any excuses at all to stay home. With a bit of solar power on your backpack, think of all the possibilities. Sure, you can keep your iPhone charged run all those snazzy outdoorsy ...
The camera, no matter if it's a big honker or a little point-n-shoot, seems to get in the way of the photographer's progress sometimes. Here's what I mean.  "Oh, my camera sucks" many a P&S ...
... "Trevor and I both enjoy many outdoor activities including hiking, shooting guns, shooting cameras, and camping. We also enjoy playing sports such as golf and football. One of the things we both enjoy ...
My buddy Bobby once declared to me, "My pictures suck. I want a better camera." Like many hopeful lensmen weighing their first camera against their first 8 gigs-worth of digital photos, he was thinking ...
As 2009 creeps to the horizon, I'm taking a moment to think back and hand pick 20 photos that sum up my 33rd year on planet Earth. I'm talking about the memories and stories here - if you find technical ...
... my wife's back. How could I possibly break the news that I wanted to spend a few thousand bucks on a camera?  'No, really, we can sell the washing machine.  Why can't you just use a washboard and bucket?'" ...

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