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Welcome to my Blog.  It is a snapshot of my activities in six-month installments.  

My photography emphasis has changed in the last couple of years.  I have moved away from underwater images and now I'm totally devoted to landscape of the Western United States and Canada.  I'm 'in the field' almost every week either taking photos or researching areas for the next shooting session.     

First Half of 2017

July 01, 2017
The move to Oregon was an intense activity that cut into my photo journeys for a while. Catherine and I did some short exploratory trips to the coast and up to Mt. Hood....
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2016 Second Half

November 20, 2016
After countless remodels and repairs to our Seattle home, in September we moved to Hillsboro, Oregon. Catherine retired in October and we are settled in our new home abou...
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2016 - Busy First Half

June 06, 2016
The first six months of 2016 have been very busy with landscape and underwater photo work. Diving in cold water was actually good for rehabilitation after the surgery on...
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2015 Idaho Roads

October 20, 2015
I selected some of our favorite images from the Idaho Road trip we completed in October. This Blog entry will loosely follow our trip photos. Left Seattle early October...
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2015 Moab Utah Expedition

March 15, 2015
Just starting to do some serious planning for my first photo trip of 2015 to Moab Utah. Sure hope the gas prices remain low.
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