Summer's Everyday

Seeing one's work in print and on a proper scale (16x32 inches, canvas)—which is not that often, in my case—gives the photographer that necessary ego boost, "You know, I'm actually pretty skilled." Some say that when it comes to my nature and wildlife work, I have a certain style. Others have mistaken some of my work for paintings (I suppose, canvas prints help).

This series is naturally almost monochromatic (shades of gold and green, as you can tell), progresses from little to brilliant color, and features everyday nature in the Rockies during spring, summer, and fall.

They are going into a high-end restaurant and then, hopefully, another venue.