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Sorry folks, just a short rant here:I am sitting in Starbucks, minding my own business, and actually working a little bit. I keep getting my intra-agency email notifications going off. It seems as though one of the Local Property Experts has broken his leg and they are looking for agents to help ...
Earlier this year, Laura and I had the opportunity to take a trip we have been wanting to for a long long time. As avid tennis players and fans, the Australian Open in Melbourne is definitely on the bucket list.In January, we were lucky enough to spend a couple of weeks downunder and spend the fi...
This was an evening baseball game in Missoula. During the time I lived there, Missoula got a Pioneer League baseball team affiliated with the Arizona Diamondbacks.With Mount Sentinel in the background, Missoula is a great place to enjoy a night game. The summer nights are long and warm, perfect f...
The Clark Fork River flows through Western Montana from Anaconda to the Idaho border. This stretch is in Superior, Montana about 60 miles west of Missoula.Superior is a small town, not a stop light to be found. It is however a great place to fish, hunt and hike. This particular stretch of river i...
Just south of Missoula, Montana lies the Bitterroot River valley and the Bitterroot Mountains. This photograph was taken on a clear, spring afternoon as the wind was blowing the snow off the tops of the peaks.This was somewhere near Hamilton, Montana (I don't recall the name of this particular pe...
There are fewer things in this world that are more British than fox hunting.With all fox hunts, you have an eagle and handler who accompany the horse riders.This shot was taken at the gathering of last year's Fitzwilliam Fox Hunt on the Boxing Day Hunt (the day after Christmas).
I love this photograph for a lot of reasons. I took this one night on the first elk hunt that my dad, my brother and I went on together. It was taken on 35mm film and I no longer have the negative, but have managed to hold onto this scan of the photo.The tent is lit with a single lantern and if y...
This was a typical, dreary Autumn day in Cambridge, England. The old, brick, terraced houses along the bank of the River Cam and the wooden beam bridge in the background caught my eye and I had to get a shot.Cambridge is, without a doubt, one of the most picturesque cities in the world.
Honestly I have no idea exactly where this lighthouse is, all I remember is that it is on the northern coast of Oregon (probably somewhere between Newport and Oceanside).This was a rare sunny day in March for Oregon. Pretty sure earlier that morning we were on the beach in the rain.
This shot I captured as the light broke the horizon while I was out elk hunting along the Montana/Idaho border above Missoula Lake in Mineral County.I was able to find an old fallen tree to get depth of field. I wish I had put something down to keep the grass out of the foreground, but still very...