Take a tour of Bord na Mona’s fascinating narrow gauge railway system.
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2012 was an incredible year: I went on a bunch of amazing trips, saw so many family and friends, engaged in a rewarding series of projects in my job as a civil engineer, created many photos I’m proud of, and — most importantly — married Cortney, my best friend and companion. Here’s a look at [...]
Follow a Palouse River & Coulee City RR crew as they work the length of the PV Subdivision over two days during the 2011 wheat harvest.
Now available for sale is my Railroading 2012 Wall Calendar:
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I can’t deny it: Baby horses are just downright cute. They’re adorable. They’re soft and fuzzy and skittish and curious and you just want to pack them up in the back of your vehicle and take them home — though this isn’t entirely the most practical thing you’d ever do as the foals grow. Fast. [...]
I firmly believe that there is no better time to visit Stevens Pass for railroad photography than on winter nights. A line that can be tough to work in daylight suddenly opens up with infinite new possibilities, few of which feature the train so much as the atmosphere surrounding the railroad environment. Opportunities range from [...]
This time of year, once the sun heads south, temperatures drop and moisture-laden storms start stacking up in the mountains, the Evergreen State becomes anything but. After the first big snowfall arrived a week before Thanksgiving, I set out into the wilderness with my camera, a case of water and four-wheel drive. In a narrow [...]