Monthly Archive: July, 2011

How’s This for an Answer?

Of course, not every day is one for being immersed in photography, which is kind of what I felt I would need in order to take the first exposures in my new direction… Continue reading

A New Beginning

It’s difficult for me to put into words the purpose I desire for my photography – the desire I believe God has put in me. There is an obvious connection between viewing the… Continue reading

Safari on a Budget

The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center was a treat for the whole family during our Anchorage trip, and for a photographer, it’s a pretty sweet alternative to a zoo. While there’s no question that… Continue reading

The Worm

This enormous vista was my reward for getting up to drive the remaining stretch of the Glenn Highway (to Glennallen) on less than three hours of sleep. In other words, I was the… Continue reading

Welcome to Alaska

Say what you will about Anchorage (its un-Alaskan metropolitan qualities), it is undeniably one of the greatest gateways to wilderness in the entire world. Though I wouldn’t recommend it as such, Denali National… Continue reading