Wild Ride

Zach Schoenfelder and his dog Sophie take a tumble while sledding this week at Camels Back Park in Boise. No animals were hurt while shooting the image.


Youth Lagoon



Otter State

Television monitors placed around the Idaho House of Representatives, Gov. Butch Otter gives his State of the State address to members of the Idaho Legislature, Idaho Supreme Court Justices, elected officials and other dignitaries Monday Jan. 9, 2012 at the Statehouse in Boise.

Snow! Finally!

It finally snowed overnight in Boise Tuesday. This was the scene at sunrise on Grove Street in downtown Boise.

Christmas Cheer

One of about 1,400 people who were treated to a Christmas meal at Old Chicago Sunday proudly holds a self-made sign above his head while waiting in line.Image

Christmas Present


Canadian Lyne Bessette leads a breakaway group of six riders through a corner during the 2001 Statehouse Criterium.

Morning Sun


We've sure had a lot of sun these days. This morning the rising sun made the windows of the Ahavath Beth Israel synagogue on Latah glow.

Cold But Cool

I shot the lunar eclipse this morning. Here's a composite image of four pictures taken over the course of almost two hours starting at 5:37 am (image on left). The final image on the right was taken at 7:17 am. Here's a link to a video that shows more of the images in the sequence.


Art with your Soup

ImageThis Friday you can get a piece of art with your soup at the annual Empty Bowls event held on the Grove Plaza. The event is a fundraiser for the Idaho Foodbank. Throughout the year the Idaho Foodbank collects handcrafted and handpainted bowls from professional artists and amateur artisans. This year the organization got a surprise when artist Steph Nyman donated 100 pieces of glass art to the event.

Hanging Around Jets

I admit I jumped a little when the first jet airliner swept over head a little too low for comfort on a trip to San Diego this past weekend. The airport is located in the middle of the city and landing aircraft follow a downhill slope to reach the landing strip.

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