My Montana - Top 10 Images from 2015

December 07, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Montana is an amazingly beautiful state. We have mountains, lakes, rivers and prairies, and wildlife seemingly filling all those spots. We have Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks as well as over 50 state parks all within the 150,000 square miles which is Montana. I see amazing photos from some amazing photographers of Glacier and Yellowstone Pa...
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Aftermath

November 27, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
The day was filled with one snow squall after another with about two minutes of clear skies and sunshine before the next squall moved in. The squalls didn't leave much snow behind but was more of a reminder of things to come over the next few months or so. This was my first time out shooting with a red filter which makes blues (like the sky) alm...
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Deserted

November 15, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Montana is loaded with abandoned things. Homes, equipment, cars, trucks... you name it. If you live in the middle of nowhere like I do, there's not much you can do with old farming gear other than letting the elements eventually reclaim it. The early homesteaders that took advantage of the Homestead Act of 1862 faced a pretty harsh environment....
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Abandoned in Pony

November 05, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Pony, Montana is a tiny little town in southwest Montana. It is a former prosperous gold mining town which boasted nearly 5000 residents in the late 1800s. It is almost a ghost town today save for its 150 or so residents. Many fine homes and buildings sit abandoned as well as a ramshackle assortment of failed businesses in the center of town and le...
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Harrison Lake at Sunset

October 20, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
About an hour later than Monday's image, I walked to the narrow end of Harrison Lake in hopes that the setting sun would give me a burst of color before dark. Because it was rather flat and overcast I wasn't holding out much hope. Just after the sun dropped behind the Tobacco Root Mountains I was rewarded with this view. On a first trip to a loc...
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