In Pursuit of Trouble“In Pursuit of Trouble”. In a distant village of Peru, with more animals roaming then people, it was as if the piglets were running from something, each with it’s own expression. The three little pigs on the run!CuriosityAfter a significant bath, this Raccoon rested up against a tree. “Curiosity” was photographed in the wilds of the Eastern Shore using Ilford Film.Raven SpeaksOn my journeys throughout the distant land, I often know not a sole. It is often the Raven, who is my guide. “Raven Speaks” photographed in the Grand Tetons, Wyoming.Buffalo SpeaksA symbol of power, strength and of Americas past. “Buffalo Speaks” was photographed in the Grand Tetons of Wyoming using Film. Pablo“Pablo” grazed as if in heaven. Photographed in the wilds of Cuba using a surreal film, to better emphasize the mood.The Search"The Search" continues, digging through beds of Kelp, with the sound of the Sea.The Perch“The Perch” stood high above a magnificent Alaska river, where the eagles rule. Photographed with Ilford Film.Lion of the SeaThe “Lion of the Sea” rests as if not a worry in the world. I thought we could resonate with the sense of comfort. Photographed in Patagonia.Wild ReignA top a sand dune as a wind surpassed us, “Wild Reign” stood where I could see its might. Wild horses on the reaches of North Carolina barrier Islands.Owl SpeaksWith an ability to view from all sides, perspective is key. “Owl Speaks” was photographed in the wilds of Montana.Distant YesterdayAs if dreams of past came alive, through the grasses a lite. “Distant Yesterday”, wild horses of the Southern Barrier Islands of North CarolinaThe Guide"The Guide", leads the way over the expansive sky. Elk Speaks“Elk Speaks”, meandering towards the northern California coast, a magical elk interchange took place.Moon SongOver Patagonian mountains, condors circled the moon. “Moon Song” was photographed in Patagonia, Chile.Buffalo GroundsThere is power in the sight of Buffalo ranging naturally with no fences, “Buffalo Grounds” photographed in the Grand Tetons using Kodak HIE Film.The WandererThe “Wanderer” led the pack of wild horses in the wilds of Wyoming. Photographed using Kodak HIE film. Softly SpokenWhile camping on the reaches of the North Carolina barrier Islands for 3 days with my son, we witnessed wild horse magnificence. “Softly Spoken” was young to a band of 7 wild horses.The RangeHigh on the “The Range” where space and clouds prevail. Wild horses roam freely, photographed in Wyoming using Kodak HIE film.PeteAfter returning from a sleigh ride through the sugarbush with a friend, “Pete” greeted us. In the hills of Northern Vermont, this late Spring snowfall set the tone.ShadowOn a Vermont hill farm, “Shadow” reached to the sky. Photographed using Ilford film Rupert, Vermont.Lone Rangers"Lone Rangers", In the Colorado frontier, horses watched. Photographed with Ilford Film.Great White EgretThe “Great White Egret” has a majestic and ethereal presence. Photographed in east coast wetlands using Ilford film.Black Stallion“Black Stallion” galloped the field as if there were no fences. Photographed in the Wind River Range using Kodak HIE Film.Resident PorcupineThe “Resident Porcupine” nibbled fermented apples from a tree along our Vermont hill farm drive. Photographed using Ilford film. Hawk SpeaksAlmost as if staring into the soul, this hawk landed with something to say. “Hawk Speaks” was photographed in the wilds of Wyoming using Kodak HIE film.New BornOn our homestead in Central Vermont, our cow Shadow, "New Born". SatisfiedAfter finishing a meal, this baby lamb appeared “Satisfied” in the barnyard. Photographed at Merck Forest, Rupert, Vermont.A Drift of PigsSoon after birth at a Wells, Vermont farm, this “Drift of Pigs” adapted to farm life quickly.Ducklings“Ducklings” stick together at all costs. Photographed at a friends river in Maryland using Ilford B&W film.ChuloBirth, one of natures miracles. Hours after entering to this world, baby “Chulo” fit right in at our farm in Roxbury, Vermont.Yoga PoseThis Lion of the Sea well exceeded any “Yoga Pose” I’ve ever held. Holding the zone in Patagonia, Chile.PorcupineFar off in the snowy mountains of Alaska, with only a few small groves of tree’s near, I came across a little “Porcupine”. She studied me as much as I her.One Fine DayAs the sun glistened the river, a Canadian goose and its young seemingly hadn’t a worry in the world. “One Fine Day” photographed on the Brandywine River.Bear SpeaksBear Speaks”, as it begins to settle in for an Alaskan winter. Photographed using Ilford film.The Midnight BanditAfter a significant bath, this Raccoon rested up against a tree. “The Midnight Bandit” was photographed in the wilds of the Eastern Shore using Ilford Film.Walking the Pigs HomeIn the far reaches of Cuba, where carriage is more common than car, I came across a beautiful sight, “Walking the Pigs Home”.SymbioticI have always been struck by the “Symbiotic” relationship, when working the land with thoughtful practice. Photographed in Cuba.Danby Hill Farm“Danby Hill Farm” photographed on a picturesque summer day in Danby, Vermont.The Range“The Range” leaves me with a sense of the historic journey to the west. The infinite prairie and the animals that led the way.Heading Home"Heading Home" after a hard days work. Photographed in Cuba using Ilford Film.LiftIn an Alaskan boatyard, The Eagles "Lift", a wing span surpassed by few. Photographed with Ilford 400 film.