Monthly Archives: June 2012

The Carson River

Near Fort Churchill, the fresh and flowing water of the Carson River supports a riparian forest filled with birds, bugs, and other wildlife—not a common thing here in the mostly dry footprint of Pleistocene Lake Lahontan. Tim Messick Photography • … Continue reading

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“Seeing Things” in Bozeman, Montana

Earlier this year a photographer-friend in Bozeman, Larry Blackwood, asked me to participate in an Invitational Exhibit, “Seeing Things”, which he is guest-curating at the Emerson Center for Art and Culture in Bozeman. How could I refuse? He suggested showing … Continue reading

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Ruins at Fort Churchill

I’ve been mentioning Fort Churchill the last few posts, but not showing you much of the old fort itself. Here are some of the adobe ruins as they appear today.  Too bad there isn’t more to see. After the fort … Continue reading

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