Please forgive the long time since my last entry… even though I have not been very good about updating the website, I have been taking many photos. I spent the last week of September in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness with 5 friends. They spent much time fishing and I spent much time photographing. We had spectacular weather and scenery. We base camped 3 nights at Lower Basswood Falls then 2 nights on Fourtown Lake. Please stop by my Boundary Waters gallery and see my latest additions.
I just returned from another canoe trip to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in Northern Minnesota. We entered at Seagull Lake and traveled through Saganaga and basecamped on Cherry Lake. We had beautiful weather the first 4 days then a storm front moved through and gave us cooler temperatures, wind, rain and some snow. Please take a look at my Boundary Waters gallery.
The Boundary Waters and Quetico 2013 Calendar is using one of my photos on the cover :-) They will be posting information on their website very soon.
The Images of Iowa 2013 has gone to the publisher and will be ready in Sept. 2012. Please take a look at our calendar details and pricing information and don’t hesitate to contact me if you are interested or have any questions.
Please check out my most recent Boundary Waters slide shows on YouTube
It will look best if you select 720P, full screen and turn on the sound.
I visited Mines of Spain Recreation Area near Dubuque, Iowa yesterday. I had intended to visit for a long time, but am very glad I finally made it. There were many trails… some of which still show signs of damage from the heavy rains (approx. 14 inches this summer). I hiked the Catfish Creek and Horseshoe Bluff trails. The bluffs in the Horseshoe Bluff area were incredible! I started to climb Horseshoe Bluff, but it was so steep, I opted not to go all the way to the top.
I just returned from another canoe trip to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in Northern Minnesota. We entered at Moose River North and basecamped at Iron Lake. We had unbelievably warm temperatures of nearly 80 degrees the entire trip! The fishing was good and photography was also good. Take a look at my Boundary Waters gallery.
Check out the Sept./ Oct. 2011 issue of The Iowan magazine. They used an eight page series of images that I captured at Lake Macbride State Park over the last two seasons :-) I was fortunate enough to visit when a lot of water from Lake Macbride was going over the dam and the Coralville Reservoir levels were low. Also, the Fall colors were incredible!
On August 27 Linn County Conservation invited the members of the Meskwaki Nation to perform traditional dances and story telling at Wickiup Hill Outdoor Learning Center. Over 500 people attended the 1st annual event.