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BEAUTIFUL AMERICA

SNAKE RIVER REFLECTIONS (Oxbow Bend on the Snake River and Mt. Moran, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.)
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SNAKE RIVER SKY   (Oxbow Bend on the Snake River and Mt. Moran, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming)
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SNAKE RIVER EVENING   (Oxbow Bend on the Snake River and Mt. Moran, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.)
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WAGON WHEEL POINT

(Yampa River, Dinosaur National Monument, Colorado.)


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BLUE BAYOU FISHERMAN   (Monroe, Louisiana - look close and you will see the stork perched on a limb.)
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SNOW TREE   (Colorado)              Order this Image



WINTER LIGHT              Order this Image



AMERICAN BASIN COLUMBINE   (Colorado)              Order this Image

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AMISH HIGHWAY   (Missouri)              Order this Image



1874 SHELDON JACKSON MEMORIAL CHAPEL

(Fairplay, Colorado)


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CRYSTAL CITY
MILL


(Deep in the Crystal River Valley in the Elk Mountain Range in Colorado, the 1890s powerhouse of the Sheep Mountain Tunnel mine still stands outside the ghost town of Crystal City. This old "mill" used river water funneled through the long penstock to produce power for air compressors in the mines.)


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GLADE CREEK MILL

(Babcock State Park,
West Virginia.)


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OLD WOOD
COOK STOVE


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1875 OLD MISSOURI
FIRE HOUSE


(Georgetown, Colorado)

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KITCHEN LIGHT             Order this Image





FADED ELEGANCE     (Mill Grove, Missouri)         Order this Image



SMOKY MOUNTAIN CABIN   (North Carolina)              Order this Image



MID-WEST BARN               Order this Image



STARK BROTHERS' STORE, ST. ELMO   (Colorado. Image has an "artistic" drawing effect.)
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CABIN by the NEW FORK   (Wyoming)              Order this Image



MOLLIE KATHLEEN MINE ORE HOUSE   (Cripple Creek, Colorado)              Order this Image



ARKANSAS MILL   (Near Hardy, Arkansas.)              Order this Image



SNAPPER STORE   (Anderson, Texas.)              Order this Image



MISSISSIPPI STORE             Order this Image


OLD 100 MINE BOARDING HOUSE

(1904, San Juan Mountains, Colorado.)


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ALL GOD'S CREATURES
WINTER COAT

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CURIOUS              Order this Image



DISPLAY              Order this Image


ON the PROWL

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ALERT              Order this Image



CAMOUFLAGE              Order this Image



MORNING on the SNAKE  (The Snake River in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming)
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HIGH COUNTRY MASTER              Order this Image



3 KINGS              Order this Image



BIG BUGLE              Order this Image



MONTE VISTA DAWN              Order this Image



CALM  REFLECTION              Order this Image


LIL' PAINT

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RESTING, WAITING....              Order this Image



KNOCKING HEADS              Order this Image



The LOOK

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PONDERANCE....

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YELLOWSTONE NURSERY              Order this Image

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VINTAGE TIN
Once they were shiny and new. Once they sat on showroom floors, costing most of a year’s wages. Their interiors had that “new car” smell. Fenders and hoods gleamed with rich new paint, and motors came to life and quietly purred at the command of their new owner.

Today, some are prized by collectors, lovingly restored, and still highly valuable. But many sit beside equally vintage buildings, or rot away in a grassy field, interiors filled with mice and dust, tires worn and flat, bodies rusted and bent, windows broken, motors frozen or missing. Once so expensive, now cast aside.

Today they are simply....... VINTAGE TIN.


ONCE THEY WERE SHINY and NEW.....


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MODEL T FORDS              Order this Image



SHADE TREE A              Order this Image



COUPE GRAVEYARD   (Computer composited image of coupes from 6 states, with pen and ink drawing effect.)
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OLD FORDS              Order this Image



NEVADAVILLE TRUCK   (Nevadaville, Colorado)              Order this Image



VINTAGE TIN

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The WARRANTY is VOID    (GMC builder's plate reads: "Overloading and Overspeed Voids the Warranty.")
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BIGGERSVILLE RUST    (Biggersville, Mississippi, see soft "old tyme" texture effect.)              Order this Image

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RAILROADS

HIGH WIND at HERMOSA   (Wyoming)              Order this Image



VALLEY of the PINES  (Los Pinos Valley, southern Colorado.)              Order this Image



COXO CROSSING (Southern Colorado)        Order this Image



DAWN on the UNION PACIFIC   (Colorado)              Order this Image



TOMA ROAD   (Colorado)              Order this Image



STERLING NORTHBOUND   (Colorado)              Order this Image



LEAVING DENVER   (Colorado)              Order this Image



SMOKE ACROSS
the PRAIRIE


(Colorado)


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WEST VIRGINIA
LOG TRAIN


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MORNING in CHEYENNE

(Wyoming)


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CLIMBING CUMBRES   (New Mexico)              Order this Image



LOS PINOS
RESPITE


(Colorado)


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LEAVING CHAMA   (New Mexico)              Order this Image



NIGHT in
OLD DURANGO


(Colorado)


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POTPOURRI

BULLDOGGING              Order this Image



The BULL by the HORNS              Order this Image


A COWBOY’S
SUIT and TIE

From break of dawn ‘till setting sun, a cowboy’s day is full and long. Coming home tired and hurtin’, clothes all dirty and torn. Ridin’ ‘n buckin’ ‘n lassoin’ ‘n stuff don’t leave much time for partying ‘n such.

Some months, I spend over 20 days driving to rodeos, sleeping in my truck. Last year I broke both arms and my right leg, then my wife left me for a banker. And today it looks like I go home again without any winnings.

If I ain’t rodeoing, I’m all day tending the stock or cutting hay while eating dust and burning in the sun. And I’ve lost count of all the nights I’ve spent riding the range in freezing rain and blizzards looking for lost calves.

But it sure beats sittin’ at a desk with a suit and tie on!



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EXECUTIVE’S DAY PLANNER
7:00 AM: Dress for success
8:30 AM: Sales meeting
9:45 AM: Review Smith file
10:00 AM: Meet with Smith Inc. President
10:45 AM: Board meeting
11:45 AM: Power lunch with
Walker & Co. CEO
1:30 PM: Test our new line of saddles!



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COWBOY HUMOR              Order this Image
Bobby had never tried this dance before, but was finding the Texas Two Step was really a lot of fun!

Michael was looking on the bright side of things: “Maybe I can get me a Tide commercial out of this!”
In business as in life, choices must be made.
Do you go left, or go right?

Not fully understanding the problem he was facing, Johnny thought he would back off and look at it from another angle.
Neal knew his world was going to turn upside down when he agreed to let himself be talked into this.

“So you want a dirt kicking contest, heh?”


LIFE in the BIG CITY ?

"Silas swar that afore too many more winters he would be gone beaver,
what war left of his old bones bleaching in the sun by the Seedskadee.
Tarnation, this child war near-bout 30 by his last count!

His broke leg war healed up, ‘tho he would never run agin with the bone
set all crooked like that. Ol’ ephraim had tooken a hunk outun his behindt.
And that danged arrerhead in his shoulder still gave him fits in the winter.

He still had his har, though Bug’s Boys had tried many times ter raise it.
But this ol’ coon war the lucky one, he reckoned. His last two trapping
partners war gone under, sculped and then skint alive whilst tied ter
a stake by the Rees.

Last two seasons, Rapahos stol all his cached plews, and he had ter et his favrit hos
this past winter jest ter survive. Given his meager remaining foofaraw he really
needed ter make it ter the rondevu this spring. But he still owed Jeb at the fort $10
fer his saddle. At this rate, he would never git out of the Company’s debt and
become a free trapper afore it became time fer him ter go over the last divide.

Worst of all, jest what he had feared most had come ter pass. The Rockies
had gotten just too danged crowded. Why, today a body could not ride fer more
than ten mile without coming acrosst another new family’s homestead!

But still in all, Silas reflected that he had made the right decision that spring
day back in Virginny, when he hyared bout the mountain men and the shinin
mountains away out west. Life in the big city would sartin shar have been
too danged hard ter take!

May yor pack be full of plews, yor trails free of griz, watch yor topknot,
and I will watch mine!

WAGH, that shines some!"

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1812 SOLDIER

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The MUZZLELOADER

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OLD IRON LINE              Order this Image



1909 BIG STEAM AVERY              Order this Image



HERITAGE FLIGHT   (WW11 P51 Mustang and F15.)              Order this Image

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