Africa Recap, Printed Photos, & Guide Secrets for Summer Trout
Back from Africa
We've only been home a few days from our hosted safari to East Africa. The migration was amazing and truly is one of the biggest spectacles of the modern world. Until you're ringside watching literally millions of wildebeests and zebras make their way across the Serengeti and into the Masi Mara, it is impossible to comprehend what it truly is that you're seeing. It's not only the sight of miles and miles of animals reaching as far as one can see, it's the sounds as well. All these animals, ignoring everything in their way, willing to risk crocodiles in the Mara river, giving birth, dying, constantly moving, in search of green grass in order to live, the circle of life. This was our fifth safari specifically timed to catch the migration and it doesn't get old. It is a life-changing experience. Everyone comes away a little bit different person. It leaves no doubt that there is a great force at work in the world and we are but a speck on the canvas. I have a friend who would say, “It is a gift.” Here are a couple video clips and a few photos.
Featured Photo “The Good Life”
We had a client choose this for his condo in Breckenridge. The original photo was color but he wanted black & white and it turned out beautiful. Sometimes less is more. He chose a simple black frame which is perfect. Frame options, wraps, metal prints, and other formats are available.
This is 24x16, 1/2” extra border, Satin Luster Paper, Black 1-1/4” Yosemite Frame 26x18, single matt off white. $126.00.
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Guide Secrets for Summer Trout
from Field & Stream
F&S asked fly-fishing guides from around the country for their hottest late-summer tips. Thought you'd like to know what they said.
As amazing as our trip was, there is no place like home and it feels good to be back. Summer conditions are still the norm here, our stream is low despite some recent rain. It just wasn't enough to shake the low water but it will soon happen. We're just passing by what is traditionally the toughest time of the year. The water is cold and fish are fine, we just need more rain! Tail waters, spring creeks, the American West are the places to be right now. We hope you're getting out to fish. Thanks for following along with the blog. We'll see you next week.