Harrison Montana

October 18, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
About 45 miles southwest of my home is a little town called Harrison. Harrison has a population of about 175 people. Like I said, it is a little town. As you enter the town there is one sign with an arrow pointing left to Harrison Lake. I have seen the sign many times before but usually I am on my way somewhere else so never got the chance to see...
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Roots

September 28, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
I have a soft spot for the Missouri River. It actually starts here in Montana and travels 2300 miles or so before it ends in St. Louis, Missouri. It doesn't get near the coverage of the other famous rivers here, the Yellowstone, the Madison, the Big Hole and many, many others. It did play a huge part in settling Montana in the late 1800s as ships b...
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Between the Deadfall

September 23, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
When I first moved to Montana I lived about 1/2 mile from the Yellowstone River. In 2013 I moved to a new location about 1/2 mile from the Missouri River, which by the way, is formed here in Montana before it starts it's 2300 mile journey to St. Louis. I am a huge fan of moving water, both as a fly fisherman and a photographer. The river is cons...
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Parker Homestead at Sunset

September 20, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
I chase sunsets. Some photographers chase sunrises, some do both. It's an all or nothing venture, and you never really know what is going to happen until it does or doesn't present a brief moment for a photograph. I went out Saturday at about 4:00 PM in the hopes of finding some nice snow-capped mountains that would reflect the setting sun. I drov...
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Finally

September 17, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
After a very dry summer we have had a few welcome days of cloudy weather with a fair amount of rain this week. The trails have been muddy, the dogs have been damp for 72 hours at least, and the nighttime temperatures have been perfect for sleeping. I stood on my front porch at sunset last evening just as the clouds were beginning to break. For a...
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