bullMy hubby and I made a quick road trip from Denver to So. Cal. this past weekend.  We didn’t have much time for sightseeing so our time off the highway consisted of various gas stations and relative’s houses.  Even with this limited repertoire of sights to see, there was some interesting things to behold.  We found this bull early one morning at a Sinclair gas station in Utah.  Sinclair normally has a dinosaur roaming around the parking lot, but not here.  Weird!


I’m going to try blogging…again.

As you can see from the time lapse since my last post, I don’t blog well.  Or at all.  I have things to say, anecdotes about nature, my (lack of) grace in nature, photography, and so on, but every time I sit down to write something I draw a blank.  I want to sound witty, smart, and thoughtful, but what comes out is disjointed and forced.  The pressure I put on myself to present insightful nuggets of truth has left me with nothing to say.  For those of you that know me, it is a rare day when I have nothing to say!IMG_1419

I have decided to lighten up and give this blogging thing a try…again.  This time I will write about whatever I want.  You see, I am not just a photographer.  I like to hike, love the sound of birds (and like feeding them in my backyard), I work out from time to time and am currently trying yoga.  There is more to my life than the pursuit of a beautiful photograph, so it would make sense that I could blog about more than photography.  Let’s see how this goes, shall we?
Thanks for reading.