#ThursdayThoughts – Looking Back on 2019 Q2 Images


After spending much of the first quarter of 2019 in the Eastern Hemisphere, my time in the few months since then has been spent in the West. From Patagonia to Utah, from the California and Oregon coasts to Alaska and now back to South America, it’s been a busy one.

On one hand, it’s hard to believe we are already halfway through 2019 – on the other, looking back I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised with as much as I’ve traveled. There’s been a lot of maneuvering to get everything just right, with attempts to conduct my excursions at ideal times for the goals I had in mind for both myself and workshop participants. I’m fortunate to have a great staff to lean on when it comes to thoughtfully pin-pointing and scheduling the best times to visit all of the locations we add to the calendar.

While we are on the subject, it’s important to note that just about any image you see posted on my site, the stock site, or anywhere else for that matter can be created as a print. If it hasn’t been printed before, each photo will be expertly edited and fine-tuned to look it’s absolute best when printed by staff members with decades of editing experience. It will then be examined by my staff to ensure its quality. Just contact us and let us know what image you’re interested in.

Have a safe and adventuresome summer!

-Art

3 Responses to “#ThursdayThoughts – Looking Back on 2019 Q2 Images”

  1. Absolutely great images, really impressive for one quarter only. Keep inspiring us, greetings from Brazil.

  2. Bob Carrescia says:

    Love seeing your photos!

  3. Valerie Rampone says:

    I love the variety of images you capture Art. Thanks so much for posting them for folks like me to see and envy.

    Valerie

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