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My Photos in the Wild!

A few days ago I was a little bored, so I started doing some reverse image searching to see if my photos have been used online recently. It’s pretty amazing to see a photo you took, used online. It’s even better when you see…

A Drive to Shaw Mountain.

Avery, McKenna and I took the Jeep up to the very top of Shaw Mountain. I took a few shots from the top. It was pretty cool, since I take so many photos from below looking up at the peak.  

Camel’s Back- Fall 2018

Jenn and I hiked up to the top of Camel’s Back to check out the fall colors. We weren’t disappointed!

Idaho Renaissance Faire 2018

I was excited to see this event come across my Facebook feed! So excited, that my buddy Kevin and I headed out and spent some time shooting these awesome folks. It was great to see so many people out having such a good time.

Home on the Range 09/2018

People kept telling me that a coyote was hanging around near home. This morning I decided to bring the 600mm lens on the trip to breakfast. Got him! Or her…

City of Rocks 2018

My friend Kevin and I had great time shooting rocks. Idaho is awesome!

Oktoberfest 2018

Last night we ran out to Nampa, Idaho for their annual Oktoberfest celebration. Here are a few photos!

Spirit of Boise Balloon Classic 2018

Here are some shots from the Spirit of Boise Balloon Classic’s kids day. I met some cool people, including a baby named Anakin! So many happy kiddos!

Warhawk Air Museum

I was a bit sick this weekend, but as Sunday afternoon rolled up, I was feeling better and decided that if I laid around much longer I’d go crazy. I took a quick drive out to the Warhawk Air Museum in Nampa, Idaho to…

Top 100 of all Time!

This is pretty exciting for me. It’s taken a while, but as of today I’m in the top 100 all time photographers on Pexels.com!

Avery’s BCT Graduation

Here are a few photos from our recent trip to Fort Leonard Wood, Misery…uh…Missouri. Congrats Avery!

Hangin’ with the Antelope

A couple of days ago I received my new 150mm-600mm telephoto lens. Almost everyday I see the herd of pronghorn antelope that live near my house, but rarely would I have the opportunity to get close enough for a shot. Those days are gone!…