Wednesday, November 29, 2006


Welcome to my newly formed blog. The idea here is to keep a more current record of my assignments, images, perhaps some perspectives on the life and times of an Idaho based photographer. To share.

So, here I go!
Thanksgiving was spent in the San Francisco Bay Area with family and friends. It was good to return to the old digs after a years hiatus. Returning to the oak covered hills where I used to roam was good, but of special importance was the introduction of my son to his great grandmothers. It was magical to watch my grandmothers light up with joy as they held my 8 month old son. Also, it was amusing to see them struggle to keep my 21 lb son and 30 lb daughter in their arms!

First meeting


On a hike, I captured a great portrait of my singer-song-writer sister, Paige. Please take a minute to visit her site and listen to some music:

After much eating and fun, it was time for the trip back.

Within a half hour of returning home to the Wood River Valley a winter storm hit our small town leaving over a foot of fresh snow by morning--the timing could not have been more perfect. With this new snow comes the much anticipated skiing season. I look forward to enjoying the winter scapes of the mountains north of Ketchum.

Thanks for visiting, reading, and enjoying some images. Stop back by to view recent work and adventures.

Cheers, -Craig

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