Cowboy Panel at Hidden Bear
Which one do you suppose I identify with?
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When I'd done the Technology Panel (link) here in 2008 I thought it was silly that I hadn't done the things that everyone talked about locally: the elk.
Close up of Cowboy.
Making this carving I learned the difference between mule deer and white tailed deer.
Good light was rare and brief in this location during the monsoon. This is my host's GMC Dually pickup. It is some powerfull rig.
This was a blackfaced lamb at the Norwood Rodeo
Another sheep from the Norwood fair and rodeo.
The fair and rodeo was on while I was in town where I got to see the 4H auction of some kid's livestock. These were a few sheep from that day.
This is the rig I got to drive when I was in Telluride. The short wheel base and 4WD made it excellent for the environment. There was one drive to Telluride on Last Dollar Road when I would hav given my last dollar to get down safely.
This 1980's Ford pickup belonged to my host in ND. But this body style has been my favorite since the 1980's when Robert Heckes had one. In this case it served a compositional necessity.
This is my host's daughter's Suburban that used to belong to my host's wife.
Carvig this deer I learned the difference between white tail and mule deer.
High Camp: this image was meant as a memorial to Glen Harcourt who died shortly after completing work on High Camp.
The english style rider jumping into the shadow.
Most of the fieze.
Top of the frieze in full light.
A brief moment of direct unobstructed light.
Whole frieze painted while working on impressions.