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

Feel free to leave a comment if you are so inclined.  Thanks.

Diane and Rob

Diane and Rob were married in February in the Sacramento Temple.  I have to say that the Temple grounds are the most unique of any of the temples that I have had the privilege of attending. The grounds are huge, this is saying something in California, and deer and wild turkeys were everywhere.  At one point Jo (my wife) and I counted over 30 turkeys just in the area we were observing.

Diane and Rob were a joy to photograph, take a look.

We’re Back…

It has been a craaazzzzyyy year.  Between family weddings and babies and life, the blog has been neglected; to say the least.  I have started the update process by posting some wedding albums from the past year (right hand side, down just a bit under wedding albums.) Over the next month or so, I’ll get them all current and you can see what has been keeping life interesting.

In the meantime I be playing catch up on the posts…