Category Archive: Photographs

2014 Summary

2014 was a year of enormous blessing in my life. I feel like I say that every year at about this time, but it is none the less true, and I think I… Continue reading

Finding Meaning in Reflecting

So much has been made of the “problem of pain”, but what about the invitation of beauty? As I stood atop the giant concrete blocks that border the path leading down to the… Continue reading

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

2013 Summary

As I prepared to post this collection of photographs as a reflection on the past year, I took a look at the summary I made at the end of 2012 and learned a… Continue reading

You Never Know

Just over a week ago, the weather forecast changed at the last minute to predict clouds and rain on a day my brother-in-law and I were scheduled for a late-season hike. The “window… Continue reading