New Work, Workshops 2020, Limited Time Offer, Publications, Thanks!

tis the season—to enjoy the snow if you got some, to finish 2019’s photo projects (good luck on that!), celebrate the upcoming Holidays, and plan for next year.

New Work on our Websites

I’ve posted 35 new photos to my Recent Work gallery and Joan has 15—I win this time!

New work includes travels in Utah, Colorado, Nevada to and from the Oregon workshop, fall colors along the Chama river north of Santa Fe and in the local Sangre de Cristo mountains, and a trip to Southern Utah. Did I mention that Joan produced a few more cloud images?! Click Don’s Recent Work to see his new work on his website, click Joan’s Recent Work to see new work on her website.


The Oregon Coast Workshop is scheduled for August 30 to Sept. 3 — let me know if you would be interested. The workshop fee is $600. We will headquarter again at the Edgewater Inn, Coos Bay, Oregon. Click Workshops for a summary workshop description. All camera formats, film, digital, and all printing approaches are welcome. No deposit needed until sometime next year. Give yourself a present for the Holidays and sign up now!

New Limited Time Offer

For a limited time only, Archival Pigment Ink prints of the photos below are available for only $75 each. That’s less than 1/4 the retail price and free shipping in the lower 48 is included! For more info about Joan’s and to order, click here.

For more info about Don’s and to order, click here.


‘tis also the season for gift-giving, perhaps one of our books for a favorite friend or family member. Some good news about books– while moving photo gear from offsite storage we found several copies of The Anasazi Project–we thought it was sold out! The Wheatcountry book includes prints now in the Hallie Ford, Portland, and Jordan-Schnitzer Museums in Oregon. Grasslands include images from all 20 National Grasslands. And our self-published Anasazi Tales includes Anasazi Ruins and rock art photos plus poems from Anne Walka. Unfortunately, we’ve sold out of You’re not really initiated… until your eyes are redder than your lips.

Check out Publications to see the details.


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