I don’t usually do a lot of previews on the blog.
Well. For that matter, I don’t usually blog a lot. It’s on my list of Things To Do When I Have Time To Make A List. But I actually misplaced that list awhile back.
I’m currently sitting in Jeremiah and Rachel Spray’s living room in Whitefish, Montana, listening to Jeremiah and Bryan Bartlett discuss their hipster film techniques, good coffee, nice shoes, and hair product. I seriously don’t have jeans tight enough to match these guys, but they’re great friends. On a completely private note, because they’ll never see this of course, they’re two of my favorite guys to shoot with. The amount of creativity and talent in their fashionable heads is amazing. But all that aside, Bryan flew in to Montana to hang out with me for the wedding yesterday. There’s no way to describe the scenery through words, so I’ll save that for the wedding blog. From start to finish, the trip’s been awesome.
Well. Aside from the part where we went off-roading in the rental car, saw a grizzly bear in front of the car, I realized my camera was in the trunk, threw the door open to get the camera, fell out of the car at the same moment the door flew back and smashed my head, all while we both laughed like idiots and the bear kept walking away shaking it’s head and sighing heavily. At least that’s what I would’ve done if I were the bear.
This is one of the photos from yesterday, and I wanted to share with you guys. In the words of National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson, ” If you want to be a better photographer, stand in front of more interesting stuff.”
Thanks, Montana, for some of the most “interesting stuff ” I’ve ever seen.