Monthly Archive: August, 2010

Girls at the Park

On account of it being a gorgeous evening; Eva, Breea, Della, and I walked to the girls’ favorite park and spent about an hour swinging, sliding, balancing, and climbing. The highlight for me… Continue reading

Learning Job’s Lesson

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the chapters at the end of the book of Job where God responds to Job’s complaints by directing his attention to the grand nature of the… Continue reading

Simple Pleasures

Mendenhall Icebergs and Falls

As far as I know, this waterfall remains unnamed since being revealed by the receding glacier a few years ago. The easiest approach is by kayak; any other access would require either a… Continue reading

Permalink

While reviewing photographs with historical relevance and the work of artists who used the medium in its early years, my vision has been tuned to black and white. Most current photographers feel free… Continue reading

Vision Check

While undergoing preparations to teach photography to high school students again this fall, I’ve been rereading “Mountain Light” by Galen Rowell. The book deeply inspired me during my first reading, and on the… Continue reading

Tracy Arm Visit

This post features another experiment in video sharing. The Tracy Arm cruise with Adventure Bound was a seriously fun day, and while the weather was pretty wet, the glaciers did not disappoint. I… Continue reading