A Sheltered Spot

My 2017

  After taking a break from things over the holiday, going through some winter blah’s and then dealing with the flu, I’ve finally gotten around to putting together a slide show of my photos from 2017. I’ve been doing this for a few years now and it has been a great way for me to…

Milo (sorghum) field 2016

Getting Ready for the Fall Crops

Several of my previous blog posts have talked about photographing recurring events each year. Looking at the world through a camera has definitely helped me be more aware of the cycles of the world occurring around me. Since I live in a state heavily involved in agriculture, some of the cycles I end up photographing…

Winter sunset reflected in the River Pond area of Tuttle Creek Lake.

Late winter views from the shoreline

I like to photograph water, it is fun to work with creatively. The reflective quality of still water can be really beautiful, especially at the edges of the day. Moving water is also fun to work with, flowing water can create interesting textures and patterns to photograph and I love the look of moving water…

Waterfalls at Lake Kahola

Photos from 2016

Each January since 2012 I’ve been putting together a slide show of my photos from the previous year. This has been an interesting experience for me and a fun way to review my year. It has also helped me remember all the experiences I was fortunate to have to be grateful for them. I always…

Fall Afternoon on the Prairie

Fall in the Flint Hills

There are a lot of things to like about fall, the cooler weather, the change in wildlife as bird migrations take place, the anticipation of Thanksgiving and Christmas just around the corner, and of course the changing colors of the world. I live on the northern end of the Flint Hills, the last large continuous…