Norris Geyser Basin - Yellowstone.

     First off I want to apologize for how inconsistent my posts have been. With my job I’ve started writing a lot more short form content for social media so that kind of sucks the creative writing juices right out of me. It’s definitely not a bad thing; I just find it difficult to think intensely on writing cleverly or in a different voice and then switching to my own style afterwards. Every time I take on a new creative outlet it pushes me out of my comfort zone. Without a doubt thoughts of giving up and sticking to what I know emerge but working on persevering and saying ‘no’ to quitting will ensue growth. This especially applies to things that will be better once you push through and gain perspective through struggling up the learning curve. I didn’t intend to write about that or anything, honestly, I was just going to say sorry and here are some photos but that bit of advice of persevering through creative adversity can never be reinstated enough.

     Anyways, below are some more images from Norris Geyser Basin in Yellowstone and if the walkways weren’t there I can imagine it would’ve felt like walking through a minefield. Never knowing if you’d fall into some underground life-sucking pool of boiling acid! On an unrelated note, if you haven’t checked out the prints this month I have a crazy sale going on and even gave two options of prints as well as various sizes. Order before December 11th and you’ll have a unique Christmas gift that constantly gives back. Thanks for reading and I’d love to hear some of your comments on the images or about your uphill climb when starting new things.