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The high desert has an effect on people. The place has a way of swallowing you up. -Campbell Scott A view from my home, looking out toward Table Rock. Taken on my Nikon Z50, 24-70mm f4 lens.

Sometimes I wonder if I'm the only one in the world that can't stop staring at clouds. It's like poetry in the sky.

Last night I decided to try making a eucalyptus branch look interesting. I'm not sure that I succeeded, but it was fun... Used my Nikon Z6 and the 24-70mm 2.8 S lens .

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I guess it's animal close up week... First turkeys, now pigs. And I think this is the closest I've been to a pig that wasn't dinner...

More social distancing: Idaho Style. Up in the high desert, my wife and I met this gentleman. He was enjoying a beautiful day at office. God, I love this place.

“Ahead and to the west was our ranger station - and the mountains of Idaho, poems of geology stretching beyond any boundaries and seemingly even beyond the world.” ― Norman Maclean, A River Runs Through it and Other Stories

Dear Poet, Don't let anyone tell you you can't write about the moon, the sun, flowers etc. Don't let anyone stop you from writing your love poems too. You can write about all of these & still have a beautiful poem. Nature in a poem doesn't make it bad. Listen. Thanks.

Spring time in the high desert of Idaho. I love this place. What does beauty look to you? I think that I've found myself on a mission to find it in everything I can...

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