You may have noticed that I recently added several portfolios to my blog (or not, since I didn’t tell anyone…). The links hang out in the left-side menu. Most of the photos I posted on this blog found their way into at least one of the portfolios.
I hope you’ll take another trip through them.
I also set up an Etsy page to sell handmade cards and prints. The cards are 5″ x 7″ (12.7 x 17.8 cm), come with a matching envelope, are blank inside, and have a signed 4″ x 6″ (10.2 x 15.3cm) photo mounted on the front. The 80# cardstock is white. The photo title and location are handwritten on the back of each card. They come in a clear cellulose (biodegradable, non-cellophane) sleeve. They are made to order and can ship anywhere.
Photos included in this post and the Sale Portfolio are hyperlinked to the appropriate Etsy page.
Any other photo from The Road not Taken Enough portfolios may be special-ordered as a card or a paper/metal print. I am currently only able to accept orders through Etsy. Please contact me there for sizes and prices.
The Road not Taken Enough leads to some amazing places. I hope you are enjoying the ride.
A spring snowstorm leaves a mature cottonwood gallery with a delicate coating.
A mature cottonwood gallery is dwarfed by the western Colorado landscape.
Feeding on sego lilies, a bee collects and spreads pollen among other flowers.
The last spot of winter sun illuminates Sutton Mountain as seen from across the red, green, and ochre Painted Hills.
Intense paintbrush colors stand in stark contrast to the sage and gray of surrounding shrubs.
Fern fronds unfurl in the surreal green of a Pacific Northwest spring.
A windless day creates a mirror image of summer clouds in a desert alkali playa, Abert Lake, in central Oregon.
Full of snowmelt and spring rain, the Imnaha River squeezes through Blue Hole.
A pastel sky above and golden buttes below, the 2016 super moon sets over Utah.
Pure white petals glow in the morning light before fading for the day.
Evening reflections of summer reeds create semi- and full circles in the still evening light.
A blue visits locoweed.
A hot air balloon unsuccessfully attempts to blend in with Smith Rock.
Summer sun glints off of a dragonfly’s wings as it alights on the tip of a reed.
Clouds, a dusting of snow and the subtle colors of sagebrush desert create a winter landscape.
Fall foliage adds color to red rock country.
White and mauve rock and black charred branches stand in stark color contrast to the deep blue of the Southern Ocean
Stripes and swishes.
Through the shadows and vegetation, Victoria Falls’ mist creates a rainbow.
An African elephant cow and her calf make their way to water along the Chobe River.
Enjoying a sunny afternoon nap.
A Cape crow enjoys first light across the Magkadigkadi salt pans.
I knows you loves me, Baby.
Zebra belly. Nap face.
Morning light makes a lioness glow as she poses for her portrait.
Ruminating over dinner, an old Cape buffalo bull peers through the sage.
If cats had emotions similar to humans, this would be disdain.
The key to maintaining superiority is proper grooming.
Grasses can’t hide the intensity of a leopard’s gaze.
Single file, the young between the older cows, elephants walk to their nighttime hang out.
A lioness pauses from drinking at the water hole after a zebra dinner.
Shielding her calf, an elephant in Moremi National Park, Botswana, veers away from the lioness drinking at the waterhole.
Giant grasses or small elephant?
Hanging on by its toenails, a tree bridges the gap of sand washed out by Pacific storms.