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A personal blog of photography and commentary by Andrew McAllister.

20121021_Caribou National Forest_039Above: From my last landscape photography outing, October 2012. Since then Client work and Museum work have kept me really busy. Add the holidays and weeks of 0˚ weather and it has been hard to get out and shoot. However I do have some plans for 2013 and this blog. I have 4 Moab trips planned this year and a raft trip in Desolation Canyon. Expect lots of new images from those locations. I’ll be doing the Pony Express run again this year with UXOC and I’ll be exploring a few more small towns including Pocatello, Idaho Falls, Kemmerer, Helper, Price and others. Lastly I have started a portrait project of musicians in Cache Valley and hope to start a series on western types (real and imagined). All of this plus my usual excursions around Northern Utah and it looks to be a busy year.

Cache Valley UtahAbove: Hello 2013!

 

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  1. January 25, 2013

    Nice. I’d like to see that mountain with clouds in a 10×20 crop.

  2. January 26, 2013

    Very nice.

  3. January 26, 2013

    Awesome, The top photo reminds me that backroads are best and thrill of what is over that hill….
    thanks, cannot wait for the photos.

    • Andrew McAllister #
      January 26, 2013

      over that hill, yes indeed. Keeps me going farther and farther, then multiple hrs to get back home. Glad you like the photos.

  4. January 26, 2013

    Over that hill….around that corner… Love the nuances of gray in that top shot. Always look forward to more. :-)

  5. January 27, 2013

    Love the colors in the October picture, the light gives the landscape a strange & uncanny quality. Very nice!

  6. Kris Eisenzimmer #
    January 29, 2013

    Looking forward to 2013 photos.

  7. anewtrail #
    February 12, 2013

    Reblogged this on Day by Day and commented:
    I really like this photo ~ the sky is broody and yet sheltering.

  8. February 16, 2013

    Look forward to seeing your amazing photos, Andrew!

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