My website news.

It’s that time of year where I try to pick my favorite pictures from 2015. Just like last year, it wasn’t a stellar year, photography-wise. Always hope that 2016 will be a better year, photography-wise. So in the order that I took them (more or less), I present you my favorite 10 pictures of 2015.

This will be my second year participating in Jim Goldstein’s Annual “Your Best Photo From 2014“. Last year I selected my favorite 10 photos from 2013 here. I had planned on being more active, landscape photography-wise, but that didn’t pan out as I had hoped. Thankfully, my medical/health issues from last year are now a

I thought I’d join in on Jim Goldstein’s Annual “Your Best Photos Blog Project” this year. It has been an interesting year to say the least. I had the pleasure of meeting G Dan Mitchell and David Hoffman one chilly morning in January. Shortly after that (about a week), my health went down hill. I’ve

Okay, as usual….I’m a bit late doing this. It’s been a decent year as far as photography and hopefully this year will be even better. So here are my Favorite Photos from 2012, in no particular order. …and just because. This is when you have a tripod, camera, and a lot a free time.

It didn’t start off as a total re-design on all of my photography sites, but it just happened that way. It was bothering me that my top header was really too big for my tastes. I’m always telling other people (on other forums) that the pictures should be the focus, not the other fluff. So

It was a pretty slow year, photography-wise. I made a few trips to Yosemite, a few trips to the Merced NWR, one trip to the eastern Sierra to capture the fall colors. I visited a new location as well, the Great Valley Grassland near Gustine, CA. So with all of that, I thought I’d post

About a year ago I changed my blog framework form the default WordPress theme to one of Justin Tadlock’s parent themes called “Hybrid“. It allowed me to add more “SEO Stuff” then the original default theme….and it’s free. Since I know just enough HTML/CSS to be dangerous, I also downloaded Justin’s child theme “Leviathan” and