My Cowboy Moment
Climbing to the Sun
The Big Sky's Glory
Help from Friends
Red Wall Cavern
Coal Camp Fire
In the Sawtooths
Smoke Covered Mountains
Cooking Over a Fire
View from the Kitchen
End of the Season
Ruby Crowned Kinglet
From the Blind
My Cowboy MomentAs a small audience looks on, I realize this is my cowboy moment. My long shadow stretches across the worn wood floor and for a couple seconds, I resemble an old west gunfighter entering a saloon. With my camera in hand, the moment soon passes. But beyond the cowboy hatless and short clad shadow of my likeness, does indeed live a tall, roving "cowboy in my spirit!"
Snow CaveAngela Lynch peers into the mouth of a snow cave located in the Sawtooth Mountains of Idaho, September 2013.
River LifeA campfire glows invitingly during a three week January river trip down the Colorado and through the Grand Canyon. 2011.
Climbing to the SunBlind Adventurer Lonnie Bedwell follows his guide Dustin Sene to the summit of 10,921 ft Emigrant Peak in Montana's Absaroka Mountain Range.
Gaining GroundBlind athlete, Lonnie Bedwell works on gaining ground with a long stride as him and his guide, Dustin Sene, approach the summit of 10,921 ft Emigrant Peak in Montana's Absaroka Mountain Range.
The Big Sky's GloryParadise Valley proved glorious during an evening sunset which illuminated summer storm clouds in Montana.
Joe MoriniTeam River Runner founder, Joe Morini, poses for a portrait in between pond roll sessions for an "Outtasight" kayak clinic in Montana's Paradise Valley.
Kayak InstructionOuttasight kayak clinic participant Adam Rowland takes paddle position tips from volunteer instructor Chris Price in Montana's Paradise valley.
Roll ClassTeam River Runner instructors Chris Price and Rachael Krugman Ward help Adam Rowland roll his kayak during an "Outtasight" clinic in Montana's Paradise Valley. TRR teaches wounded veterans how to kayak.
The BrotherhoodTeam River Runner volunteer guide, Chris Price, helps blind kayak participant, Adam Rowland, back to his kayak during an "Outtasight" kayak clinic on Montana's Yellowstone River.
Lonnie BedwellBlind kayaker, Lonnie Bedwell, sits on his kayak in the Paradise Valley after working with other blind veterans on Dailey Lake during a Team River Runner "Out of Sight Clinic." In 2013 Lonnie Bedwell became the first blind kayaker to paddle the length of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado in his own kayak, guided by Alex Nielson of Team River Runner. A year later Lonnie was invited to paddle the Grand Canyon with blind adventurer Erik Weihenmayer making a second descent of the canyon.
Help from FriendsTeam River Runner members Seosaimh Keady, Andrew Lessard, and Lonnie Bedwell carry Ryan Major still in his kayak. Ryan lost his legs to an IED in Iraq.
Ryan Major Team River Runner member, Ryan major, sits next to a Dagger RPM kayak after paddling it around Dailey Lake in the Paradise Valley during a paddle/roll practice. Ryan lost his legs in Iraq from an IED attack.
Roy AkinsRoy Akins sits in his drift boat, unfazed by a sudden down pour, one afternoon on the Middle Fork of the Salmon River in Idaho.
Sweep BoatsTwo sweep boats wait for the first bend action of the Middle Fork of the Salmon River at Boundary Creek Put In, Idaho.
Sail BoatA sail boat cruises along the horizon en-route to the main land of Belize, 2011.
Ryan FordeRyan Forde eats his meal while sitting in the sand during a 21 day river trip through the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River.
Red Wall CavernLooking out from the back of the Red Wall Cavern in the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River.
Pusuno FallsDiego Robles scouts from the lip of Pusuno Falls on a full day kayak trip of the Pusuno River, Ecuador.
Coal Camp FireMcCale Ashenbrener poses for a portrait huddled around a coal fire on the multi-day Hollin River in Ecuador.
Rio PusunoMike Bond walks around a rapid on the Pusuno River after running Pusuno Falls and entering the lower gorge which consists of many rapids ranging from class four to class five whitewater.
ATM CaveTourists explore ATM Cave with headlamps and swimsuits mainland Belize.
GuidingZak Sears guides fly fisherman above the Loon Creek gorge while hiking up the Middle Fork of the Salmon tributary to cast for Cutthroat Trout.
In the SawtoothsAngela Lynch poses with a Core Concepts flannel below Thompson Peak, the tallest Mountain in the Sawtooth Range of Idaho.
Fly FishingKyle Smith of Adventure Guides makes some casts on the Middle Fork of the Salmon River in Idaho while sporting a Core Concepts shirt.
Morning StretchJessica Evans-Wall of Adventure Guides stretches with guests while wearing a Kavu hat on the Middle Fork of the Salmon River in Idaho.
Smoke Covered MountainsThe Middle Fork of the Salmon River valley is covered with smoke due to forest fires on a flight over the Frank Church Wilderness in Idaho.
SilhouettedParker Thornton of Adventure Guides steps off a raft, silhouetted by the first morning light and fog on the Middle Fork of the Salmon River, Idaho.
River SkyDusk on the Middle Fork of the Salmon River brings a colorful sky, looking down on the confluence of Camas Creek.
Cooking Over a FireMiddle Fork of the Salmon River guides and young guides in training called "swampers," cook food over a fire.
Yellow LarchFall Larch glow yellow looking down into Idaho from Thompson Pass.
Cutthroat TailA Cutthroat Trout shows off it's beautiful tail spots below the surface of the Middle Fork of the Salmon River.
Back EddyA wall reflection casts red in the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River.
Flower GirlDagny Deutchman holds a Pringles can bouquet of flowers on the Middle Fork of the Salmon River.
View from the KitchenJustin Howells looks on as Parker Thornton makes pancakes during first light on the Middle Fork of the Salmon River.
Duckie WarJessica Evans-Wall defeats Kyle Smith in a "Duckie War" on the Middle Fork of the Salmon River. Duckie Wars consist of standing on an upside down inflatable kayak (Duckie) with an opponent and complete intent to rock the craft enough to toss the other person into the water.
End of the SeasonMiddle Fork of the Salmon River guides work hard to deflate a raft at Cache Bar take out.
Ruby Crowned KingletA Ruby Crowned Kinglet hangs from a net after being caught for research purposes at the Intermountain Bird Observatory in Idaho. It was later released.
Jay CarlisleIntermountain Bird Observatory Research Director, Jay Carlisle, scans the sky for a hawk from a small opening in a wooden blind outside of Boise, Idaho.
Sharp-shinned HawkIntermountain Bird Observatory volunteer, Robin Leonard, prepares to release a Sharp-shinned Hawk after capturing it for research.
From the BlindIntermountain Bird Observatory Research Director, Jay Carlisle and volunteer, Robin Leonard, gather data from a Sharp-shinned Hawk captured moments before. The wooden structure called a "blind" allows for concealment from the targeted birds of prey.
TalonsIntermountain Bird Observatory volunteer, Robin Leonard, gently gathers data from a recently captured hawk.
Rob Miller Intermountain Bird Observatory Research Biologist, Rob Miller, shows off a wing span of a recently captured Cooper's Hawk for measurement.
Cooper's HawkIntermountain Bird Observatory Reseasch Biologist, Rob Miller, gently displays a Cooper's Hawk before releasing it back into the wild.
Kyle SmithKyle Smith takes a break from snorkeling Redside Rapid on the Middle Fork of the Salmon River in Idaho.
Mark Keegan Middle Fork of the Salmon Sweep Boat driver, Mark Keegan, organizes the "Dance Floor" or deck of the large gear boat before pushing out into the current and beginning a six day river trip.
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