The Great Escape

First of all this is a RE-POST from way back when nobody was following me….excuse the not so perfect photo’s, it is the story that counts.

I’m choosing to re-post this post since this week marks one year since my sister and I adopted two wild burros from the Bureau of Mismanagement (BLM).   We adopted them for Rosie to be a guard donkey for my goats and Francis to be a guard donkey for Susie’s sheep.   I agreed to tame Francis until she was ready to go to her new home across the valley.  I would keep Rosie at Sundog.  This post was a little more than half way through their taming.  Enjoy

The Grass is Always Greener on the Other SideImage

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Working in Wyoming: The End

June 2013 sm_-37Let me not forget to mention the real reason I went to Wyoming.  I did mention it was to WORK at making my photography better.  To hammer my point farther let me say it was to study under someone who is a master and much more experienced that I am.   I got what I came for.  I learned how to focus on small things instead of the whole story.  I learned to think outside of the box. Continue reading

Working in Wyoming: Part Two

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I thought this photo would be fun to start part two of my WORK trip.  One of the other photographers, NOT TONY, thought it would be a fun idea to take some human photos, well human and horse.  So upon … Continue reading

Working in Wyoming: Part One

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June in Wyoming was not EXACTLY working but it was a WORKSHOP.  It was done as my effort to make my WORK better.   My work was attending a Tony Stromberg equine photography workshop at Absaroka Ranch near Dubois, Wyoming,  … Continue reading

The Drift Goes Draft: The Big Show

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This is the fourth post in the Draft Horse Classic Series.  Enjoy the show!In order to get into the BIG show at the Draft Horse Classic and better yet win a blue ribbon like this one you have to know … Continue reading