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On a trip to the Colorado Cattle Company, I had the chance to actually rope some steers. We used breakaway hondas, such that if you caught something, the loop…

I have been learning how to rope lately. Not because I need to, I don't even own cattle or anything else rope-able, but because I think it's fun, and it can…

I recently wrote about the 'turn around' theory - sometimes we focus so hard on shot 'A' that we don't see shot 'B' right behind us... This is one of those…

State High School Championship Rodeo for South Carolina has happened in Johns Island this year. Yesterday evening we decided it would be fun to go. My wife and…

I pulled this one out of the archives, dusted off to post. This was taken over 10 years ago. Looking at it now I wish I didn't crop it so much, but I still like…

Apparently senior season isn't over yet. Despite rain trying to ruin the session, I was able to get a few decent shots of this young man. I'm hopeful that he…

It is amazing to me how many possibilities arise from just one setting, in this case just one sunset on the way home from work. Thank goodness I had my camera…

doc “blindeye” mylander wasn't in the mood for jokes. he had ridden through the desert for a week and a day, always two steps behind the man who had become the…

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