Category Archives: Photography- Panoramas

Moffat County Colorado and Dinosaur Nat Mon

Winter for me has always been an odd time of year.  When I worked seasonally with the National Park Service I would be between things, doing odd jobs, applying for work the next season and to some degree working on … Continue reading

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20% Discount!

I am offering a 20% discount off the artists profit on my website http://joshua-house.artistwebsites.com/index.html?tab=galleries from now until midnite 11/28 eastern time.  Use  TZBZCC at checkout.  If you’ve any questions or pieces you’ve seen on here that you can’t find on the … Continue reading

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Nebraska and Tall Grass Prairies

Six years ago I spent the summer working in south eastern Nebraska, writing about the nature and history of the state for the National Park Service in conjunction with the Student Conservation Association.  This was intended to coincide with Ken … Continue reading

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Houston’s Newest Garden

Yes America, or at least Central Houston, after months of delay due to weather the McGovern Centennial Gardens at Hermann Park are finally open. These new gardens abandon the style descended from a 1930s garden operated by the Houston Garden … Continue reading

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The Road to Dragon

She was a loyal car, that Dodge Intrepid. In the 24 months we were together we saw fourteen states, worked in deserts and in the mountains of northern New York. We spent days on the interstate, chasing the sunset across … Continue reading

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Second Place in a local art contest

I’ve had minor success selling photography.  Well, enough success to have to file taxes for it, and be able to say it pays for itself so that’s good.  At the same time, I have always been hesitant to enter it … Continue reading

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An image and a SALE!!

At one point this was entirely a photography blog, mostly intended to promote my photography and attempt to generate some sales.  In time it evolved to an outlet for poetry, for thoughts on social issues, and it’s not actually had … Continue reading

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Pickett’s Charge

  When I was about eleven, and my brother was eight, our family watched the entirety of Ken Burns “The Civil War” on VHS in a week, in preparation for a trip from Allentown down to Gettysburg. I was familiar … Continue reading

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The Mountains of Madness

Sometimes an image isn’t what it looks like.  When a lot of people first look at this photo they see snow, with drifts across a wide plain reaching towards a distant mountain range.  You can feel the cold, the wind … Continue reading

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