Tag Archives: Trees

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Autumn Aspens in Crested Butte, Colorado

#387 – Kebler Pass – Crested Butte, Colorado The colors of autumn are always so awe inspiring, but to a black-and-white eye, they only amplify the textures as seen in this composition.  Not to mention the addition of […]

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Virgin River Zion National Park – November 2013 Print of the Month

344 Virgin River   About the Print of the Month The Print of the Month is a new print offered at an early-edition discount. Normal pricing must apply once the print is offered by a […]

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Print of the Month March 2013

257 Aspens and Lake About the Print of the Month The Print of the Month is a new print offered at an early-edition discount. Normal pricing must apply once the print is offered by a […]

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Print of the Month December 2011

# 315- First Snow at Bear Lake It was cold enough to think twice about going out to do some nature photography. But, there’s always something refreshing about facing the elements and capturing the peacefulness […]

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Print of the Month November 2011

401- Autumn is considered to be one of the most popular times for nature photography. The beautiful landscapes decorated in vibrate colors can draw a crowd of observers. Whether you’re out for a Sunday drive […]

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Print of the Month April 2011

  Prescribed Burn Upon arrival to the Teton area it was evident that this photo expedition would be faced with an unexpected challenge.   I had never seen the remnants of a prescribed burn, nor the […]

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Print of the Month December 2010

300 – About the Print of the Month The Print of the Month is a new print offered at an early-edition discount. Normal pricing must apply once the print is offered by a gallery. The […]

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Print of the Month November 2010

What is it that gives a tree it’s beauty? Thinking back to childhood and school leaf projects we were always encouraged to find and collect colorful leaves to compare their differences. I can’t say I […]

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Print of the Month August 2010

While fighting the elements of fierce winds and weather the Bristlecone Pine will twist and bend into fascinating shapes in an effort to survive. Considered the oldest non-cloned tree in the world, the pine is […]

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Print of the Month June 2010

Bryce Canyon is not considered a real canyon since it is not carved by flowing water. Although, the freeze thaw cycle of water is the process in frost- wedging which is responsible for the development […]

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Print of the Month September 2008

The Wild Basin in the Colorado Rocky Mountains is a wonderful location for day hikes. The abundance of photographic opportunities will stimulate the creative juices in anyone. After spending 3 or 4 days in the […]

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Print of the Month September 2007

  Dogwood and Wooden Fence During our Smoky Mountain Photography workshop last year Tom Franks and I took our group into Cades Cove. This is a beautiful area with many, many wonderful photographic opportunities. Cades […]

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Print of the Month June 2007

 080 – Aspens in Aspen I find trees make interesting subjects to photograph. As you hike through some of the hills in Aspen, Colorado you will of course see many aspen trees. Searching out individual […]