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Recent installation of a large metal piece at Manhattan Bank in Bozeman:

Recent installation of a large metal piece at Manhattan Bank in Bozeman:

Recent installation of a large custom size metal piece for the new Manhattan bank in Bozeman. Thank you for your patronage! I now have production partner that can make 8 foot wide single panel metal prints, and the clarity and color is stunning! These are crated and shipped via freight anywhere in the US and internationally. “Spring Grazing” 7ft x 3ft open edition Glossy metal print   View post on Instagram:  

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It’s not very often that I get put on the other side of the camera lens.

It’s not very often that I get put on the other side of the camera lens.

It’s not very often that I get put on the other side of the camera lens. A big thank you to Ian Davis for making a recent spring fishing trip on the Missouri an extra special one! Go To Instagram Post     Photo by Ian Davis - Yellow Dog Flyfishing  Truck art by Ian Davis - Yellow Dog Flyfishing Spite Hill on the Missouri RiverRock art by Ian Davis - Yellow Dog Flyfishing

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A recent spring backcountry hike and ski at "Notellem" Peak.

A recent spring backcountry hike and ski at "Notellem" Peak.

A couple phone pics from a recent backcountry hike and ski with a like minded wandering soul at Notellem Peak. It's just a fact. Everywhere is getting more crowded. Even 15-20 years ago I had a hard time going to a ski hill, or any trailhead on a Saturday. Honestly, I just don't do well in crowds. There is a reason I always hit the road or trail to get out and find some peace and quiet, take photos and hide out, it works for my mindset. It's not for everyone, but it does heal the soul. And if you...

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New article out this week in "The Inlander" about Shann Ray and our callaboration on the new Book

New article out this week in "The Inlander" about Shann Ray and our callaboration on the new Book

When most of us have given ourselves over to sleep, Shann Ray is giving himself over to the process of writing. More often than not, Ray writes in pencil on a piece of plain white paper, typically between 10 pm and 1 am, knowing he can work through the darkness into the wee hours as needs demand. Link to the story here:

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The new book has arrived and is ready to ship!

The new book has arrived and is ready to ship!

New book is now available!

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