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Saturday, May 24, 2008

A week in Jackson

I've spent the last week shooting with the Summit Workshop and ILCP photographers in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The ILCP was conducting in a RAVE (RAPID ASSESSMENT VISUAL EXPEDITION) to document and push for change regarding the oil drilling in the area just south of here.

At the end of the week a gallery of photos from the group was selected for an exhibit at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson. Two of my shots were picked for the exhibit and will remain on display in the museum through the summer. The museum is a pretty awesome place--you can learn more about it here.

A few of my shots from the week and the gallery:







Friday, May 16, 2008

El Fin - Jackson, Wyoming

I've dropped into Jackson from Teton Pass. At over 8,000 feet, it's one of the highest in this part of the world. Photos will be uploaded to this album as I continue to shoot in and around Jackson for the next 10-days. In the meantime, you can check out some shots from the seat of a bicycle here.



Saturday, May 10, 2008

Whips

Race car driver Patrick Whittet compares whips in the middle of the Oregon desert.

Out of Oregon

I've finished my route across Oregon. From the Columbia River, over the Cascades, the Oregon High Desert, Steens Mountain and finally to Johnny Cash territory along Winnemucca Road into Idaho.





See Geotagged photo album with captions and notes from the stage

Photogeek? If you really want to dive into it, you can download galleries to Google Earth and fly into a 3D representation of the route and photos. It's pretty neat...if you're into that kind of thing. Just click on the gallery link above and select the "View In Google Earth" option.

See current location on the route map.

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

On the doorstep of Malheur



I'm camping just near the entrance of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in the peak of northbound bird migration. At sunrise and sunset the sky erupts with the sights and sounds of hundreds of thousands of migrating birds. It's truly an awesome sight...and I haven't even made it into the Refuge yet!!