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stunning. beautiful. A PHOTOGRAPHIC master!
Weather, Storms, Sunrises and Sets. The beauty painted in The Sky Above.
Northeast Montana, Charles Russell & Missouri River Breaks National Monument, Fort Peck Lake, and the surrounding countryside.
The winds of time forever blow till only the remnants of past generations remain.
The world rarely fits in perfect logical boxes and photography is no different. The world is so, so much larger! The standard photo frame and print sizes ingrained in us are based on standards that were set by the technology available at the time and the idea that the one shot is the picture. These images are a combination of multiple source images stitched together to build one large picture that shows us The Wide View.
I have my favorites but the reasons are different but you look at them in a different light so to speak. You are constantly picking shots to decorate your life that surprise me. Ones I wouldn't normally choose... but I'm glad you do! This is one of the reasons I like to have so many images for you to choose from. Artist and Photographers are always told to show only a few of you best works. Good on one hand because you need to learn to edit and push your skills but it's also a disservice because there are so many magical scenes in the world that are worth sharing. So here's a compilation of pieces you have chosen over the years...
21 Days overseas visiting Jordan, Egypt, and the Eternal Nile.
A day in the life on the Borderview Bell Ranch
Ghostly remains of the Cold War era Glasgow Air Force Base.
Ice runs in the veins of these sailors who brave the extremes of winter to race wind powered ice boats
Made | Limited Originals
This is a true collaboration that results in a truly original piece that's made to hang on you wall. Designed to your style!
Custom printed by me with my unique inkjet resin print process. This process is the combination of years of experimenting and research about how to get the most detail, color, and texture onto the printed surface.
Whether you prefer a more contemporary frameless style or a more traditional frame with matting all options are on the table.
Visit | Middle-of-Nowhere
But I must say... we have perks worth visiting! If you're an outdoor lover we got you covered. Fort Peck lake and Missouri River are a sportspersons dream. Culture and history fill museums to entertain both young and old and the Fort Peck Summer Theatre fills the summer weekends with joy and laughter. There's even a "ghost city" to explore for those of you interested in the darker side of tourism. But mostly the remoteness gives your soul a chance to breathe in the stillness that's hard to find in modern unban life.
And a hidden bonus is the nighttime sky that's void of light pollution. Get lost in the wonder of the heavens above and the vastness as you sit around the campfire with those dear to you.
I could look at your galleries all day and have on bad days to cheer myself up Thank You!
Stunning. I wish Apple would license your photographs for its next MacOS.
By Michael in Japan
Sean - your photos are amazing.. Every shot is a masterpiece and you have taken some of them putting yourself on the edge !!!
By John R
Magnifiques photographies, les photos des nuages et des cyclones sont particulièrement impressionnantes (Faites attention à vous, pas trop près!!!)
You have captured stunning moments in time, you have left us wanting to see it, experience it and just sit in the space. Just stunning!
By Linda S
Quite impressive to be able to browse through your collection. There are some true gems!
Having moved from Great Falls to the Flathead in 1980, I forgot the true rugged beauty of the "East Side". We tend to forget where the term BIG SKY COUNTRY really originated. Awesome work and it brings me back in time.
I purchased the photograph of the Fort Peck Spillway (dry) as a Christmas gift for my husband a few years ago at the exhibit in Williston. It is truly a work of art, and I am very happy to have found this website so I can purchase more selections for our new home.
Love your work. We saw a beautiful photo which was part of the Montana Art Mobile that came to our school yesterday. Your photo with the blue case and curtain sticking out of the window was a favorite among our 6-8th graders.
By Dana P