I wanted to thank all of you who visited our booth at the Mainsail festival. My last show for this year will be at the Raymond James headquarters on June 2.

My immediate focus for the remember of the year will be to revamp this website. While I
That is being done you may contact me regarding any images. Contact me at ge.montana@gmail.com.

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This weekend will find Kathy and me at the the 49th Dunedin Arts Festival in Dunedin FL, booth 220. We will be introducing 16 new images that can be seen at my photo viewing site. More exciting for me is a revised format for my […]

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Learning to See

On October 11, 2012 By

Note: This article was sent to us by a fellow naturalist and photographer, Richard Jacobs. We thought you would enjoy reading it as a post. The article was written several years ago for a newsletter from the 

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If you are wondering how a 60’s surfer with roots in the state with no point higher than 400 feet finds his way to the mountain west, I owe it all to a memorable high school teacher: Dr. Graham. I don’t remember much else about him, other than he had a “presence” in the classroom […]

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My recent show at the South Florida Museum, “Premonitions in the Sky” features 13 of my favorite images of Florida’s coastal plains at dusk. Hopefully, you will have an opportunity to visit the museum located in […]

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This month my Florida Coastal Photography will be shown at the The Morean Arts Center in St. Petesburg, Florida.

The show features five 28″ by 24″ images from the St. Petersburg area, and one from Cocoa Beach Florida. Here […]

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The Drive to Red Lodge

On October 19, 2011 By

Yellowstone National Park will always be a uniquely special place to first time visitors!

There is no other place like it with pristine valleys, steams and mountains. Some say it takes a generation to see all that is Yellowstone. That may not be enough. Yellowstone still amazes me and always provides surprises. However, ever since […]

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As you leave volcanic Yellowstone, and travel eastward through Silver Gate and Cook City, Montana you have to the north the Beartooth Mountains of basalt and schist. These were thrust up some 85 million years ago and reveal some of earth’s oldest rock. They also pushed up some 6 to 10 thousand feet of sedimentary […]

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There is a spot in the Beartooth Mountains just outside of a solitary general store — with pricey gasoline  — that sits half way between Red Lodge and Yellowstone National Park. Here, a rock hound can put one foot on rock 3.5 billion years old and the other foot on rock only 1.75 billion years […]

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Yellowstone National Park will always be a uniquely magnificent place to the first time visitor. There is no other place like it in the world, especially its pristine valleys, steams and mountains. Some say it takes a generation to see all that is in Yellowstone. It still amazes me and always provides surprises. However, ever […]

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