It has been over a year since I last shared some of the photos my dogs bombed. Since then, we moved to Vermont. The landscape is so different than Idaho’s, as are many of the wildflowers and plants I try to photograph. The one constant is my dogs’ faces, feet, or entire bodies moving through the frame, or appearing at the edge, as they go about their business following scents and patiently waiting for me to starting walking again.
Feature photo: a pink flower, the name for which I can’t remember at present, September 20, 2021.
I delight in exploring the national forest near my Idaho home on foot, whether trail running, hiking, or xc skiing, with my two dogs by my side, taking photos of nature and wildlife. An author and freelance writer, I love observing and writing about the natural world, and dogs, and am a long-time contributing editor at Bark magazine. I used to practice law for a living. I much prefer the writing life.
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