Awesome pics SH !
How was it you managed to sell your first pic?
Step 1: I am reading a book called The Secret.
Step 2: I was in the home of one of my clients who is a famous architect. I looked around at his decor and said `I think I have a picture you would like'. I e-sent him a small .jpg of the file for a look - and he emailed back and said he wanted one, and `what size?'.
SH, great photo's! What equipment you using, digital?
There a guy over on Muley Madness that is from Littleton that just posted some big horn photo's he got 15 min from his office, incredable! I believe you are from Denver, right?
I use whatever I can get my hands on. The storm pic was actually taken with a `throw-away' camera. Key - always have a camera - disposable if necessary.
No, I live in Moscow, ID.
I have recently been in E OR ... Bend, Pendleton, etc. on consulting projects. A few years back I was exploring and went thru Antelope. Saw some antelope, and, if you live in town, no doubt saw your house .
Thanks SH! Those smiles.....It's the joy of the Lord!
Don, I think you mistaked SH's from Hiker's post. I have a dealership in Castle Rock, Colorado. I saw those BH ram photos from MuleyMadness too, matter of fact I go by Hiker on MM also and help Brett moderate a few forums on MM. Those are Beautiful Rams! That area that he took those photos in is southwest of Chatfield Res, in the foothills. That unit doesn't have a open season for sheep and thus has some true Hawgs in it and most will die from a mountain lion, a car or just old age.
As hog hunting gains popularity across much of the U.S. more and more hunters are asking where they should go to find the biggest hogs and trophies. I recently read an interesting article in "Boar Hunter Magazine", perhaps the preeminent hog hunting journal out there now. This very informative article was penned by Mr Jim Smith, a very accomplished hunter over a very wide range of areas and game. I am simply providing some information that should interest serious hog hunters among us. Mr Smith...