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Harkening Back to Simpler Times

by Craig McCord While driving to town a couple of days ago, I noticed a large maple tree in what appeared to be a slight fall transition. It’s a little early yet for any fall color but for some reason its color made it stand out. Catching a glimpse of this tree brought back an […]

Happy Thanksgiving and Gift Idea

      Happy Thanksgiving to all my followers.  This year is rapidly coming to a close and I just wanted to express my appreciation to all my followers and fans of my work.  It is certainly worth being thankful for what talents I am able to communicate in my photography.  While my work is […]

Little Rocky Creek Shut-ins

  During my recent Missouri Ozark workshop I took the group to a lesser known shut-in along the Ozark Trail between Rocky Falls and Klepzig Mill.  It was not a long hike, about a half mile off the main road, crossing a couple light marshy areas through some pines and scattered hardwoods.  Soon we had […]

String Lake and Recovering a Poor Exposure

During our recent photography workshop in the Grand Tetons we chose String Lake as our last evening shooting location.  Due to a slightly extended stay at an earlier spot, we now found ourselves racing the sun as we made our dash toward String Lake along the Jenny Lake Loop road.  Finally arriving, we gathered our […]