Monday, December 22, 2014

Year End Round Up!

Another busy year is almost behind us. It has been a busy one again, with some amazing trips, new friends and places discovered as well as some losses that are part of life and loving and caring for animals. As much as it hurts I could not imagine not sharing my life with animals, they enrich us in so many ways, make life worth living and remind us of what is truly important.

Over the next few weeks I am going to share my 2014 travels with you as well as galleries and favorite images from my trips. I hope you will enjoy them and please get in touch if you are interested in purchasing a photo (all my images are for sale!) or would like to discuss a visit.

Winter at the McCulloughs Peaks HMA, Wyoming

I am going to start with my winter trip to Wyoming last February. Wyoming is rapidly becoming one of my favorite places to visit with it's variety of amazing and unspoiled landscapes, friendly people who make you feel at home and no shortage of photo opportunities when it comes to spectacular landscapes and the western lifestyle, from rodeo and ranch work to wild horses. I always look forward to my travels there and know that I will be treated to a few new hidden gems and surprises.

In February I made my first trip to The Hideout Ranch in Shell, Wyoming to run a photography workshop for the Equine Photographers Network. Situated at the base of the Bighorn Mountains this ranch has stunning and iconic back drops wherever you turn and the hospitality, food and accommodations were first class all the way. The small group of women who participated were so much fun to shoot with and we enjoyed every minute of our time at this special place.

I have a gallery of favorite images from last years workshop here and look forward to returning again in February. Though it may be cold you will be treated to amazing winter light, blue skies and scenery that most photographers only dream of!

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