This saddle shop is on my families property in Elkhorn. One of these days I’ll photograph the interior too!
This is a long exposure, causing the snow to blur in the street light. April snow brings may flowers?
It’s a typical Montana Spring. The beginning of Spring in Butte brings more frequent snow fall than in the winter. Luckily it usually melts quick.
The trees at Montana Tech were frosted over today. I was surprised the frost was still there at 2:30 when I took a late lunch to take photos.
There were blue skies around 3 p.m. today. It seemed insane that the weather report called for 3-7 inches of snow, wind up to 40 mph and a winter storm watch for the area until 4 p.m. tomorrow. And then I got off work. The wind had started, but no snow. So I reluctantly grabbed …
These photos of are a tree behind the MAC Center. Well, actually it’s two trees that look like one…but who’s really counting. With the first photo I used my Vegabond, which is a portable power pack for my Alien Bees, which sounds crazy, but is an economical brand of a type of lighting. The light …
This photo is of the trees on Highway 2 near Butte, toward Whitehall. I figured I might as well take photos of the fall foliage while it’s still around!
This photo is of the trees north of Walkerville, close to where the photo was taken yesterday. It’s a combination of 5 different exposures so I could capture the sunset and detail in the trees. I also added a blur around the edge.