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Mt. Rushmore National Memorial, South Dakota

Honoring and Remembering

“Memorial Day remains one of America’s most cherished patriotic observances. The spirit of this day has not changed – it remains a …

Black Canyon Pine

Happy Arbor Day 2016!

J. Sterling Morton of Morton Salt fame, started what would be known as Arbor Day in 1872 by challenging people to plant …

Quiet and Still

Photo Friday: Quiet and Still

The area near the Columbia River Basin in central Washington is very dry and arid, a high desert type of climate. Here …

Somewhere in the Sandhills

Somewhere In the Sandhills…

As it warms up outside and the snow melts, I find myself spending time sorting and processing photographs for upcoming publications. Besides …

Above Dusty Lake in the Columbia Basin Wildife Area

Photo Friday: Potholes Coulee

Approximately 17 million years ago lava flowed across what is now eastern Washington into Oregon. Every few thousand years these lava flows …

On a clear night at Niobrara State Park the stars shone brightly above the Missouri River. In the reflection of the river the Big Dipper can be clearly seen.

Photo Friday: Big Dipper

While I’m always in awe of nature, I love it when it surprises me. Last November on a clear night at Niobrara …