Friday, September 23, 2016

Fall is here!

My favorite season is Fall.  The colors, the crispness in the air, the beautiful softness in the landscape. All if it really makes me feel the feels.  I had to take a drive to Bozeman yesterday to pick up some artwork, and even though the weather was very rainy/windy/cold, it turned out to be perfect timing when I headed home in the afternoon.  The fog lifted a bit just as I came through Livingston, so I decided to take a drive out on Highway 89, along the Absaroka mountains.  I couldn't believe how much the trees had changed already.  Fall always goes to fast in Montana.  I wish it lasted longer, but sometimes you just have to take what you get and be thankful for it.  

Friday, September 2, 2016

Mountain Standard Time..


The summer is about to come to a close, and I'm sad to see it go.  This has been one of the funnest summers I've had in a while.  Usually summer is about working and trying to get projects done before the winter sets in.  This summer I wanted to enjoy it and made an effort to get outside as much as possible. Most of the time this meant going out in the evenings, but that pays off, as the sunsets and evening light are incredible.

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Huge photos on canvas can change the whole room...

We are obsessed with these panoramic photos on canvas.  It's like creating a new window in your room.  This is one of my images of the Grand Tetons in Wyoming, with the Moulton barn in the foreground.  It was such a beautiful winter evening, with the mountains picking up the pink glow of the sunset.  We are posting several of these large panoramics on our website, so take a peek here to see a more.  Cheers!   

Friday, August 26, 2016

Blue skies on my mind

"Earth and sky, woods and fields, lakes and rivers, the mountain and the sea, are excellent schoolmasters, and teach some of us more than we can ever learn from books." - John Lubbock

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Meadows at Square Butte

I love the tall grasses that grow in the meadows in the summers.  Ulm, Montana is just a tiny town, but near it is the very interesting natural formation called Square Butte.  There are actually 11 buttes in Montana with the same name, but this one and the one near Choteau, Montana are the two better known ones.  Near this butte, huge open meadows surround the occasional butte and rolling hills.  This meadow is bisected by Muddy Creek, which allows for tall wild grass to grow, even when the hot weather dries up everything else in the late summer.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Sugarloaf Mountain

Overlooking Sugarloaf Mountain, Wyoming, from Dead Indian Pass.  The haze to the right of the mountain is residual smoke from forest fires, but it seems to add to the magic atmosphere of this place.  After seeing many beautiful places, I have to say this one held me captive the most.

Friday, June 24, 2016

"Going to the Mountains"

Pilot and Index, two peaks in the Absaroka range in Wyoming.  This whole area is incredible, so if you haven't been through the Beartooth All American Road, I highly recommend it.  Being from the western side of Montana, I've seen Glacier National Park several times, and to rank this above Glacier is a bold statement, but being able to look out over the world at 10,947 feet is truly incredible.