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Boost Your Skills with a Landscape Photo...

Posted on 29 July 2016

Many highly accomplished professional photographers begin as self-taught artists, exploring the possibilities of their medium without formal instruction. Others start their careers with the rigorous practice and structure of a full-fledged academic program of study. If you're looking to boost your skills and take your images to the next level, ...
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Steamboat Springs...

Posted on 5 January 2015

Winter is upon us! The barren trees surrounding Winter Creek in Steamboat Springs are beautifully covered in pure white snow. The water of the river is beginning to freeze over, but not completely as there still is a faint trickle of flowing water in this gentle stream.  
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Vineyards of Swartberg...

Posted on 2 January 2015

We end this week and start off the month of January with the beautiful vineyards of Swartberg, South Africa. The fields and the mountains in the distance make for a magnificent scenic view.      
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Gilpin Lake...

Posted on 30 December 2014

           The beauty of the setting sun never ceases to amaze. It is quite incredible how the vivid colors of the sunset and the surrounding wilderness reflect so perfectly upon Gilpin Lake in Mt. Zirkel Wilderness, Colorado.      
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Field of wildflowers...

Posted on 29 December 2014

           It's cold out here in Colorado. On such a blustery, snowy day, we thought it would be nice to take a little look back this week to the warmth and colors of summer. A week full of colors and warmth should be quite refreshing!       Today we share a shot ...
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Chiawa, Zambia...

Posted on 24 December 2014

            While in Chiawa, Zambia, a girl reads in her dorm room at the boarding school in the village of Chiawa along the lower Zambezi River.      
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Gentleman reading...

Posted on 23 December 2014

            We captured this gentleman reading one afternoon in Havana, Cuba. He was positioned perfectly between the openings on the other side of the wall. We wanted to focus in on him, the subject of the photo, and drown out the surrounding objects.    
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Dancer in Havana...

Posted on 22 December 2014

          As we close out the year, we wanted to take this time to share some images of the magnificent people and places we have encountered that we hadn't been able to fit in the remainder of the year. Stayed tuned this week and next for a collection of ...
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Mistaya River...

Posted on 19 December 2014

    The Mistaya River, coming out of Petyo Lake, carries enough glacial flour downriver along with it that the water has an amazing turquoise cast to it. It narrows here, forming this wonderful rapid as it carves its way down to its junction with the Saskatchewan River.      
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Whirlpool River...

Posted on 18 December 2014

      The Whirlpool River is a short river in Jasper National Park, formed in Athabasca Pass which collects meltwater from the Hooker Icefield and the Mount Brown Icefield. In this photo, the waters look like thick fog rolling in over the river rocks with the reflections of light shining down creating ...
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