My Photography

St. Francis River in Missouri

“There is only you and your camera. The limitations in your photography are in yourself, for what we see is what we are.”

Ernst Haas

I have two passions in life, photography and flyfishing. Tonight, I am going to share my photography. I am a landscape photography. I use my photography to promote conservation. I hope you enjoy.

Trail inside Silver Mines.
Dock diving
St. Francis River
Abandoned milling operation in St. Joe Park in Missouri
Civil War Reenactment at Fort Davidson in Pilot Knob
Bourbeuse River
Abandoned building in milling operation.
Drag racing in Bonne Terre, MO

I hope you enjoyed my photographs, and they didn’t bore you. Be kind to one another and spread the love.

12 thoughts on “My Photography

      • Oh wow. I didn’t know there was one in Park Hills. That’s cool. We toured the Bonne Terre Mine. Have you been there? It’s a m a z I n g. There’s a LAKE in there! It’s so beautiful. They take visitors on a pontoon ride in a cave! The water is so clear that you can see the old cave equipment from years ago down on the bottom. When we were there, divers were gearing up to dive. Pretty cool place.

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      • I use to live in Bonne Terre. Been in there a couple of times. The one in Park Hills just processed the ore that was mined in Bonne Terre and around the area. It wasn’t a mine. I live in an area that has so many things to do and they are close. I am quite fortunate.

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  1. I Love all your photos, the dock dive is so cute! The nature photos are my favorite, but a good engine shot is nice too! My hubby is a huge car buff, so reminds me of him. Never boring my friend! Never… You are inspiring!

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