Teton Beauty Takes 2nd Place!

I submitted Teton Beauty to the N4C Photo Contest in March under the ‘Travel’ category.  This is the North Central Camera Club Council and images are submitted from South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Kansas […]

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Office Decor

I am pleased to share that one of my medical doctors, Dr. Hajal, located in Sioux Falls, has purchased some of my photography to decorate his office.  The framing was done by Cliff Hangers Gallery […]

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Grand Teton Beauty

As we are surrounded by melting snow and colder weather, I am finally working on some of my images from our trip to Grand Teton National Park this past summer.  It’s sad that it has […]

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Busy Christmas Season

Well, it’s been a very busy few months which included a trip to Key West for Thanksgiving, then hosting Christmas twice at my home with family. After several months of coordination, I now have ‘Majestic […]

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Scott Kelby Worldwide Photo Walk

I had a fun time last month participating locally in the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photo Walk.  As thousands of photographers around the world got together in hundreds of cities on October 13th, about 20 photographers […]

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Back from Vacation

We spent a wonderful week in the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.  It is one of my favorite places in the United States.  Here is a family photo with the mountain range in the […]

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New Addition to our Household

Logan and I picked up a new addition to our household.  This is Maya.  We got her from a wonderful woman who lives near Sioux Falls who rescues cats that people have abandoned.  She takes […]

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Spring is Coming

As spring is approaching and I’m anxious for the flowers to start blooming so I can play with my macro lense, I’ve picked out a few floral images to share.

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The Sioux Falls in a Different Light

This is an image I’ve been working on of the Sioux Falls as part of my quest for that ‘perfect image’ of the falls.  It involved combining images of different exposures and processing it via […]

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