Brent filled you in on what we did in the Gravelly Range,but I wanted to share my pictures with you.August got away from us. We will fill you in more on all the happenings later. As long as we don’t delay till the baby comes.
Sometimes, even when you are so busy that a break seems like a bad idea, it’s good to get away. That is precisely how I went into our trip up to the Gravelly Mountain range near Ennis, MT that weekend. We headed out after work on Friday, making just a short stop at the grocery … Continue reading Gravelly Mountain Range
With each passing year, I grow to dislike the days surrounding the 4th of July more and more. I usually have to work, get up early for our church service or various other random events.
Back in June, Brent, Krista (my twin) and my good friend Katie all decided to take on the challenge of running the Jim Bridger Trail Run. This is a 10 mile trail race up in the nearby Bridgers.
Several weeks back, Brent and I headed up to the mountains to try and make it to Hyalite Lake. With many attempts before, we didn’t know how the day would end.
Every summer Brent and I make it a priority to check out the local Shakespeare in the Parks plays. They always put on two free summer plays and travel throughout Montana, Idaho and Wyoming.
As many of you have come to know, Jess and I are photographers and have lately been fairly busy taking photos for the side-business I started last year, thirtyfivemedia. So far, we’ve done family photos, company portraits, maternity shoots and weddings.
As I’ve mentioned, we have been shooting a few wedding this summer. Here’s a few pictures from the latest event. This one posed a few challenges.
Finally! This is one hike I have attempted a few times now, and have had to turn around due to snow, high water or by losing the trail. We were invited up by some friends (these ones in fact) and had a great time on the 11 mile round trip trail. I’ll let the pictures … Continue reading Hyalite Lake
This post could also be titled “Brent finally uploads some photos!” We are so blessed to live in such a beautiful area. Yes, the winters can be long, but the wait is always worth it (plus winters are pretty too). Here is a smattering of various images from this summer.