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Snow in July!

Yes you read that title right. There is snow on the peaks of the Gallatin and Bridger Mountains in July! This place still amazes me and this is why. We had a real cold storm come through the other night, the temperature in the valley dropped below 50 and sure enough we got some snow […]

July 28th, 2015 | Comments Off on Snow in July!

Our Feathered Friends

Working with birds can be some of the most relaxing hours you can have behind a camera when it comes to working with wildlife. Especially if the photography is going well. If it’s not then well it can be some of the most frustrating. It’s probably happened to every photographer out there who has tried […]

July 28th, 2015 | Comments Off on Our Feathered Friends

Starting with the biggest

Well I can’t really believe it but Photoshop World is just two weeks away! Every year it seems to get here faster then the last year, even with only one event this year it still seemed to come up fast. Last year I had the privilege of speaking for Adobe at the Adobe Booth talking […]

July 27th, 2015 | Comments Off on Starting with the biggest
Amelia Earhart

An Important Birthday

If you’re a history enthusiast like myself then you’ll probably appreciate the significance of today. 118 years ago Amelia Earhart was born. She is possibly the most famous female pilot in history after leading an amazing life in the realm of aviation and ending with a mysterious death. She is most famous for being the […]

July 24th, 2015 | Comments Off on An Important Birthday

Remembering Oshkosh

With everything going on right now in Wisconsin at EAA Airventure Oshkosh, I thought to myself, “why not write a post about Osh.” In the aviation community Osh is like nothing else. Just the name gets everyone attention because it seems like everybody has gone to Oshkosh at least once. It’s one of the largest […]

July 23rd, 2015 | Comments Off on Remembering Oshkosh
Warbirds Review

Warbirds in Review

Warbirdsnews has got a great program going on for everyone this week. The Warbirds in Review brought to you by EAA Warbirds of America and Flying OnDemand are live streaming on the Warbirdsnews home page. Each day features different historic planes with some amazing stories behind each one. There is schedule of events posted on […]

July 21st, 2015 | Comments Off on Warbirds in Review

The Hard Lessons

Sometimes you have to learn things the hard way in order for them to stick. It’s part of being human that no one can escape. Eventually we all end up learning something through that same process. What’s important is that we learn not to do it again. Being a photographer every second counts. We don’t […]

July 20th, 2015 | Comments Off on The Hard Lessons

I Love My Job!

Well the tittle pretty well sums it all up! Yesterday morning I was drinking my coffee working on the computer and I got a call from a pilot friend here in town and he asked if I wanted to come out and watch a F-86E Sabre do a test flight for the first time in […]

July 17th, 2015 | Comments Off on I Love My Job!
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For Those of You Going to Oshkosh!

The great thing about the Aviation community is that it is a small community in the respect that everyone seems to know everybody. As a result of this everyone wants to know whats going on right now. Well EAA Airventure, Oshkosh is starting next week and the Texas Flying Legends Museum is heading back with […]

July 16th, 2015 | Comments Off on For Those of You Going to Oshkosh!

The Big Day Has Arrived!

That’s right it is the big day with the tiniest of images. Believe it or not I did think this through. While I was out shooting over the weekend we had some AMAZING clouds in pretty much every direction. Since the clouds filled the sky, the landscape photographer knew that the only way to capture […]

July 15th, 2015 | Comments Off on The Big Day Has Arrived!