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Works of Man and Nature

A few days ago I headed out to explore a road I’d never been down before. It’s less than fifteen minutes from where I live and in my current work-in-progress on the history of the West Fork valley, the road is mentioned often. 1,222 more words

American Culture

A Study In Pringle (Creek)

After a while you notice that you photograph that same place over and over. Sometimes it seems monotonous. The photos seem similar; the same trees and the same sky as you walk in your own footsteps time and time again. 188 more words

L. A. Miller

Delicate Things

I love photographing landscapes but I also love photographing delicate things, especially dew covered, well, anything. Below you’ll find some photographs I’ve made with objects covered in dew, frost or rain.

Tent caterpillar spraying underway in Regina

The ‘Worminators’ are hitting the streets.

That’s the name given to two city pesticide spraying trucks tasked with tackling pesky tent caterpillars in Regina.

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Fall Creek Trail to Tuhare Lakes

Date hiked: 10/17/17

Mileage: 4.5 mi one-way

Head Count (how many other hikers I saw): Zero.


Oscillating with the hills 700 feet above Fall Creek, a slow ascent carries the trail 1.4 miles to a bare drainage laden with loose scree. 344 more words

Out And Back Hike

on creek crossings, daughterhood, and finding a home for the wounded soul

Journal Entry

February 12, 2017

Garden Creek

This creek is one of my favorite places. The old road, now a trail, that winds along its banks crosses back and forth more than 20 times before the creek disappears at its headwater several miles upstream. 879 more words


Mossy Stone Creek

Deep in the forest

Her silence we seek

As wisdom awaits us

On mossy stone creek