Friends, family, frost . . . who could ask for more when it comes to a North Dakota Christmas? The season was full of laughter, beauty, music, and love. I’ve just come back from Bismarck, where I had the chance to help my sister work on a new house. We picked out paint samples and flooring, cleaned [...]
Category Archives: Winter
We’ve had lots of frosty beauty to accompany the holiday season this year. I hope you had a merry Christmas and that your New Year will be filled with the things you love. Here’s a photo from north of Bowman a couple of days ago.
Wishing you all a wonderful first day of winter! Here’s another photo of the North Dakota Badlands from last Friday.
Sunlight shining on snow and pine trees has a way of making your day merry and bright! Here’s hoping that is how your Christmas will be!
A prairie photographer gets to know where to go for trees in an otherwise grassy landscape. It’s nice to have more vertical elements to focus on once in a while. Long shelterbelts offer lots of compositional choices, and sometimes it’s hard to know where to start.
Here’s another photo from last Friday, out near the Burning Coal Vein. The cattle at the bottom of the image give you an idea of the scale of things. It was a pleasure to see everything so white and fresh. The countryside right around Bowman is more brown and tan and gold.
There is stunning and serene beauty in all four seasons out on the grasslands of North Dakota. I thank my lucky stars for having this as my home ground. Wishing all of you a wonderful Christmas holiday. I’m listening to the sublime music of Kim Robertson on the Celtic harp and Virginia Kron on the [...]
Here’s another photo from my frosty photo expedition yesterday. A simple shelter belt becomes a sparkling force when coated with icy white crystals.
A thick frost coated the prairie world today, and I couldn’t help but get out and enjoy the beauty.
I’ve hung my sepia posters on either side of my “Light Buffalo” drawing and put a strand of lights below them. It has snowed, so things are looking more like Christmas indoors and out.