obviously I had a busy summer

I got married this summer, and it took up pretty much every moment of free time for the past six months, but it was worth every second of it.
I also took a FIND workshop (Film Is Not Dead, with Jonathan Canlas) along with 9 other talented photographers in Denver this month.

These are a few of my favorite shots I took- I wasn’t nailing it with my focus, but I’m pretty happy with the exposures.  It was so inspiring.  I’m ready to go back to film full time, I think.
FIND Denver

FIND Denver

FIND Denver

FIND Denver

FIND Denver

FIND Denver

FIND Denver

FIND Denver

FIND Denver

FIND Denver

Giving Thanks

a few of the many things I’m thankful for:

doggies that sleep by my side

B

doggies that do what they want

D

These Two

Flagwhipcream

and These Two

family

and this silly guy

silly

and man-crafting

fly tying

and pre-snowy days with snow-like plants

plizzants

Love is all around us.

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Before the flooding

Before the flooding

Bijoux and I took a nice little hike around Bingham Hill the night it started raining before all the flooding got crazy in Colorado. It was some much needed alone time. I consider Bijoux to be a part of me, so it’s still alone time with the two of us. I also received some serious mosquito bites that night. Mosquitos in September. We should have known the floods were coming.

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a great part of my heart

a great part of my heart

Since this blog is going to basically be a personal journey through photographs, I thought I’d start off with one of my most photographed subjects, Bijoux. Bijoux is the light of my life and the bane of my existence. Correction- her FUR is the bane of my existence- but it’s considered a tragedy to rid a unicorn of her locks, and so she remains clothed. For now.