Flat Light

If you live in snow country, you know what Flat Light is.  It is the inability to distinguish depth because the light is flat and doesn’t reflect normally in order for your eyes to perceive contrast and shadows.  Flat Light … Continue reading

Blizzard

As we were working at the Mills Place, Daniel peered out an open window and said, “Storm’s coming!”  And within minutes, the blizzard arrived.  I headed home for lunch and snapped this photo hoping that you could see all the … Continue reading

Ooohhh… Wyoming Wind

Tucked away as we are, sheltered from traffic and people and other disturbances, it still comes as a shock when the infamous Wyoming Wind blows.  Now I basically grew up in Casper, Wyoming (since I was 12), and it is … Continue reading

Green leaves and snow

Wyoming usually has to remind us, quite early, that winter is on the way.  In October we had our first snow.  The cottonwoods hadn’t even dropped their leaves, or changed color for that matter!  In November, the biggest storm magically … Continue reading

Ah, the Romantic Life…

I’ve heard it many times.  Heck, I used to believe it myself.  How AWESOME your life must be… you live on a *RANCH*!  Well, it is true MOST of the time… It is the small percentage of times when you … Continue reading