I just wanted to take this opportunity on Thanksgiving Day to thank each and every one of you who visit this blog and my website. It’s brought me an incredible amount of joy to see this site grow into what it is today and to be able to interact with anyone that chooses to interact with me, whether it’s through this site, Twitter or Facebook. You’ve all helped me move that much closer to accomplishing me dream of being a successful full-time photographer and I owe all of you a big thanks!
Thanks again, and I hope you all have an extra special Thanksgiving. That goes for those of you who live outside the U.S. too!
If you’re wondering about the photo, I actually took that this morning in -23 degrees Farhenheit. It was the first sunny morning we’ve had in a while so I wanted to make sure I took advantage, brutally cold or not. It turned into a beautiful sunrise that made it well worth freezing my fingers off! I got this shot from the famous Snake River Overlook in Grand Teton National Park. I pulled up just in time as the sun began hitting the top of The Grand, and worked my way through the snow to set up for a good shot.