Given the recent threats to National Monuments and public lands, I’m going to donate 5% of December photo, framed, print sales–many focused on our national treasures–to the National Park Foundation. Please consider buying a print as a gift this season. See the Print Gallery Customers may order directly from me or on my Zenfolio page. … More Donating 5% December sales to National Park Foundation.
Summer-like activity along the #C&O this week with the warm temps.
Photographer, Amy Doherty, opens gallery of fine art photo prints for sale. … More Fine Art Photo Gallery from Amy Doherty/Pawpro Media.
Fall colors are beginning to pop in the Mid-Atlantic mountains. I hear this year should be more colorful than last year. It’s a great time to head out for a Sunday drive! And, . . . it’s a great time to get #property and #marketing photos that take advantage of the changing foliage. Looks like … More Fall Colors Beginning to Show Near West Virginia
I traveled to Imperial, Missouri to witness the eclipse, and stayed at a friend’s family farm along the Mississippi River. It’s a quiet little place–except for the passing trains. I spent the first several days scouting a site to photograph and witness my first solar eclipse totality, and settled on a spot along the … More My Imperial Eclipse Experience
Yesterday, I took a little field trip to witness one of the best examples of an endurance athlete the world has to offer. I got up very early for a chance to catch a glimpse of ultra-cyclist Christoph Strasser as he headed to Annapolis, MD for another win in Race Across America. This guys holds … More Searching for Strasser
Five years ago I was part of a winning 11 person team supporting a rookie cyclist in Race Across America (#RAAM), a 12 day bicycle race across the United States. This race is often called the toughest bicycle race in the world because it’s non-stop, 30% longer than the Tour de France and completed in … More RAAM Recall: Being A Team