Category Archive: Thinking

Tracy Arm – Ford’s Terror Wilderness: Day 5

A place called Ford’s Terror needs some introduction.┬áThe name is a reference to the experience of a naval crew member who, in 1889, rowed a small boat into the narrow entrance of the… Continue reading

Tracy Arm – Ford’s Terror Wilderness: Day 4

  The fourth day of the trip was all about moving camp. From the tip of Endicott Arm, near the face of the Dawes Glacier, we traveled nearly half the distance back to… Continue reading

Tracy Arm – Ford’s Terror Wilderness: Day 3

It was impossible for the weather during my stay in Endicott Arm not to factor into how often I was carrying my camera with me or when I was willing to bring it… Continue reading

Tracy Arm – Ford’s Terror Wilderness: Day 2

On the first morning of the trip to the Tracy Arm – Ford’s Terror Wilderness, I woke up in a comfortable bed in a cabin on board the Safari Endeavor (Un-Cruise Adventures was… Continue reading

Tracy Arm – Ford’s Terror Wilderness: Day 1

I recently returned from a week-long trip into the Tracy Arm – Ford’s Terror Wilderness. The trip was part of a class I am taking through Discovery Southeast, and as it’s title was… Continue reading

More Than Pictures

Occasionally, my photographs tell a story, but far more often, they are simple pictures. I don’t mind. My primary concern is that the pictures portray a place or a subject in a way… Continue reading

Because of Beauty

Recently, I was asked to give a reason for the faith that I have. Many of the ideas I have about why I believe – that God exists, that He is sovereign, and… Continue reading

We Are Not

As tempting as it may be to think more highly of ourselves than we ought, I believe that finding satisfaction in our diminutive position in the midst of time and space is somehow… Continue reading

Endless Intricacy

Standing in the middle of one of the most grandiose landscapes Juneau has to offer, I was trying to get my tripod to work upside down while I pointed my camera straight at… Continue reading

Past Peak

As I walked the edge of the Mendenhall Lake the other night, hopeful that the clouds lingering around the mountains in the back of the valley would light up in the rays of… Continue reading