Category Archives: Landscape Photography


Save the Bees

What would happen in a world without flowers? The world would feel drab and dreary. But there’s much more of an impact than just something pretty to look at. Without flowers, we would have no […]

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Water Conservation

Water. We use it every day, usually taking for granted how easily we can access fresh, clean water. For most reading this, we just turn the tap and have hot or cold at our disposal. […]

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Stepping out of the car to explore Haleakala on the island of Maui is like setting foot on another planet. Which isn’t far from the truth when you learn Haleakala has been training grounds for […]

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Conservation & Inspiration

Merriam-Webster defines conservation as: a careful preservation and protection of something; especially: planned management of a natural resource to prevent exploitation, destruction, or neglect –water conservation –wildlife conservation Conservation photography isn’t necessarily a new idea but it has […]

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Giving Back

I’m going green this month but not for St. Patrick’s Day. I spend a lot of time outdoors between my running and photography. I love spending time in nature whether it’s in my own backyard […]

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Buying Art: A How-To Guide

So you are ready to start buying art. Maybe you’ve recently graduated from college and started your first real job or you have just bought your first house. Whatever your reason, you want to make […]

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May Flowers

“I’m an introvert… I love being by myself, love being outdoors, love taking a long walk with my dogs and looking at the trees, flowers, the sky.” -Audrey Hepburn I was drawn to this quote […]

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Photo of the Month: March – Haleakala

This is actually a cell phone photo of Haleakala but it is one of my favorites from my recent trip. We woke up at 2:30 am to drive up 10,000 feet to the summit of Haleakala […]

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Winter in Arizona

Part of the reason I moved to Arizona is for winter. I spent the first 25 years of my life in Wisconsin. As a child I loved winter but as I got older I grew […]

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January 2016: Photo of the Month

I have decided to do a blog post to go along with the photo of the month on my main page. I thought it might be fun to learn a little bit more about each […]

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