One of my favorite shots from exploring burned forests with @the.wilderness.collective. The creepy, foggy atmosphere made every new corner feel like a movie. Adventures like these give a refreshing new feel to photography and challenge me to take photos that are not my traditional style. It's always good to change things up a bit.
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Winter is barley here and thinking about giving Spring turkey season another try with my bow in hopes to finally fill that turkey tag.
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Looking forward to some more snowy hikes this weekend ❄️
As Photographer Donnie Sexton said, “The historic town of Philipsburg is straight out of a Norman Rockwell painting. It is especially festive on their annual Yule Night when most of the merchants on the 3 blocks of Main Street stay open late and serve complimentary food and drink. People wander door to door in the Holiday spirit. The highlight of the evening is a lighted parade.” We are proud to announce we are this year’s Grand Champions of the parade! Kudos to Scott, Mike, John and the Ranch Elves for this incredibly fun “Up on the Housetop” float. (Swipe to view) | 📷 #1 @donniesexton1 📷 #2-3 Rancher Doug Gursky
I am having a little bit of an identity crisis tonight. You see, as I am sure most of you know, I was born and raised in California. I am not necessarily proud of that, but there are certain stereotypes I cling to. For example, I have always thought In N Out had the best burger in the world. TBH, moving away from the In N Out in St George was one of my worries about moving up to Montana from Zion.
Then today, my world was rocked. We had errands to run tonight and I didn’t feel like cooking. So my husband grabbed dinner from one of our local burger joints here on his way home from work, and holy cow. I have literally never tasted a better burger. I am stunned. Just speechless.
A better burger than In N Out? Who even am I anymore???
Haven’t had a lot of time together eat outside as the semester comes to an end. So here’s a old summer shot of the Northern Lights over Hyalite Reservoir. A vast array of colors spread across the night sky from the Aurora and the milky way shining through. Such an amazing night to be out. Excited for some adventures back home in Southern California over the holidays!