Lone Peak Basketball (2012)

For the last 8 years I have been (more or less) the “official” photographer of Lone Peak Basketball.  This all started when my son Matt played on the team and has continued ever since.  The primary reason I did it, was to keep myself occupied so that I’d generally behave myself at a game (you have to do that when you are on the sidelines-or the officials take exception to it). So moving into 2012, Coach Quincy (whom I believe to be the best high school basketball coach in the country) has gotten another team hopefully headed deep into the state tournament.  My wife and I laugh, because we can never go anywhere for our anniversary because the team is always at state and usually doing well.

So take a break from the weddings and enjoy some basketball. And you thought basketball was a non-contact sport?  I think I’ve seen more busted teeth, broken noses, and messed up ankles in basketball than I’ve ever seen football.  Enjoy.

Stacy and Darren

Their engagement photo.  The weather was cold and windy, but we found a quiet place and the magic happened.

Another

and another

From a second session. The weather was beautiful this time and the colors were out

They were married in the Bountiful Temple

Preparing for the reception

A delightful couple

American Fork Canyon #2

These pictures are of a tree full of “helicopter” seeds.  When I was little, I’d toss these seeds in the air and was fascinated with how they would float down to the ground twisting like a helicopter blade as they went. The light flowing through the canyon adds some radiance to an otherwise simple subject.

Helicopter Seeds #1

Helicopter Seeds #2

Helicopter Seeds #3

Timpanogos Spirits Book

I just finished my American Fork Canyon book.  This is a compilation of pictures that I have taken from 2004 until now.  It turned out pretty cool.  Here is the link to view it on Blurb – the website that publishes small volume or one-off books.  Unfortunately it is not cheap to print a book of this size. Click this location to thumb through the pages.

http://www.blurb.com/books/2646895

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