2. Observation: This otter from the Idaho Falls zoo was just as interested in us as we were in it.
3. Fountain: This is a black and white picture of a water fountain in a park.
4. Ducks on Water: From the 4th of July in Idaho Falls. They escaped to crowds by going out onto the river.
5. Light and Dark: From Lava Beds National Monument.
6. Coastal Sunset: A lonely pine on the Oregon Coast
7. Fire: This picture was taken in my closet of a small statue.
8. Toy Soldiers: I don’t know how I got my camera to focus on the commander in the back, but the way this image turned out still amazes me.
9. Water: The way that the light shines off of this glass almost makes you forget that this picture is in color!
10. Telescope: This is of a neighborhood tree through the lenses of my old telescope.
11. Monument: These are my Mission Scriptures.
12. Leading the way: This is a picture of Sharon as she was walking down a dirt path ahead of Brooke and me. You would never guess, but we were right in the middle of Klamath Falls when I took this picture.
13. Overlook: Some pines around the rim of Crater Lake
14. Natures Window: This is from an area just to the south of Crater Lake
15. Skyward: I got some strange looks from Brooke as I lay on my back to take this picture, but it turned out pretty good!
16. Old West: From the train museum in Sacramento
17. Sacramento Sunrise: This is a picture of the State Capitol in Sacramento as the sun was rising.
18. Prophets and Temples: This is a statue of Joseph Smith with the Salt Lake Temple in the background.
19. Fog: This sad little pine tree was growing up in the shadow of its older sibling, but it looked really cool in the mist coming up from the ocean on the Oregon coast.
20. Cornerstone: This is a nighttime picture of the old Zion’s Bank building in Downtown Salt Lake City.
21. Serenity: the small pond at Coos Bay State Park. This is probably my favorite spot in the park.
22. High Tide: Shore Acres, Oregon
23. Fire in the Sky: A spectacular sunset from outside of our apartment.
24. Two Paths: This is on the way up to Timpanogos Cave. I would like to think that the picture symbolizes the two paths that are always in front of us: up or down.
25. Classical: This is the side of the Old Zion’s Bank Building at night.