The Last Real Cowboy

The Last Real Cowboy

I’m not really sure who this is, possibly my great grandpa on my mother’s side, but the photo has been around forever. I scanned it ...

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10 Weekly Art Picks: Feeling Nerdy

10 Weekly Art Picks: Feeling Nerdy

Ever since I remember I’ve been a nerd one way or another. From a very young age I was raised on Start Trek reruns, then ...

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Treasury of the Day: Industrial Grit

Treasury of the Day: Industrial Grit

I love industrial style. If I had unlimited funds, I’d want to convert an old brick warehouse into a big open condo. Even better if ...

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Bison Battle Western Print, Buffalo in the Wild

Bison Battle Western Print, Buffalo in the Wild

Yellowstone National Park is one of my favorite places on earth. It’s how the west used to be, before we ravaged it for the sake ...

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Treasury of the Day: Sunday Morning

Treasury of the Day: Sunday Morning

This last Sunday was far from lazy. We went to brunch at a local restaurant then decided it was too late in the day for ...

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Treasury of the Day: B&W

Treasury of the Day: B&W

I love working with black and white film. I miss developing film in my sink and using my college darkroom. It may be a ways off before ...

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10 Weekly Artist Picks: Nevermore

10 Weekly Artist Picks: Nevermore

I’m on a major Raven kick lately. My laptop’s background is a series of rotating raven and crow photos and I’ve been missing them dearly ...

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Treasury of the Day:  The Bleak Plains

Treasury of the Day: The Bleak Plains

This gorgeous treasury features a variety of amazingly surreal images of nature and urban decay, two of my favorite things. My photo Three Trees of ...

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Treasury of the Day: Everything’s Golden

Treasury of the Day: Everything’s Golden

Nothing Gold Can Stay Nature’s first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf’s a flower; But only so an hour. Then ...

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Treasury of the Day: Snow….White

Treasury of the Day: Snow….White

After a night with a low of 6 degrees and a windchill of -13 degrees, every surface was powdered with the kind of snow that only ...

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