"Rocky Mountain Summer, Nymph Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park, Larimer County, Colorado" - © David Broome
Morrill County, Nebraska. I've been studying lately how the landscapes of our youth greatly affect the way we relate to the world. Barry Lopez wrote: "The land gets inside of us; and we must decide one way or another what this means, what we will do about it."
This is a throwback image from a shoot I did with Sid Miller, my brother in law. Sid was a funny, kind, thinking person --yesterday we celebrated his life.
“I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.” ~ Robert Louis Stevenson
Rolling through the open roads and red rock of southern Utah.
Cold outside? Play in the hayloft!
Don’t mind the star trails. It was freezing outside and I thought of this shot last minute before going inside. Looks like a river of stars or something, right?
Anyways, I guess I’m working on captioning posts from here on out. More engaging, maybe? We’ll find out. Maybe it’s better to keep quiet on this but, my mental state isn’t quite the best right now — hasn’t really been anything else as of late but; I’m getting there. Improvement I mean. At least I think so? I hope so.
Ole Bessie and I exploring the American west. So grateful for such a trusty steed to carry me and be my companion off the beaten path.
"Warm Ponderosa Sunrise, Boulder County, Colorado" - © David Broome
Little Lainey and her sweet cousin, Adalie out for a walk around the farm.