There’s a harvest of new things to celebrate here at YourLifeNature, as well as at my website at

At the website you’ll find about 30 brand new, stunning images now available as large-format, hand-signed prints or blank-inside greeting cards, and the first 1o folks making a purchase using PayPal will receive a special bonus gift as a thank-you for visiting and bringing more nature into their lives.

Also new at is an invitation to join my community and receive a free e-zine full of nature connection tips, anecdotes, reflections, links, and new photo updates and offers.

This is an opt-in invitation, and I will never give your name or contact information to others. The inaugural e-zine will debut the second half of October, and you can expect to receive two e-zines per month starting in November.

Here at YourLifeNature, be sure to check out Adventures and Events, which are free to low-cost ways to experience the range of products and services I provide to folks who seek a deeper and more consistent connection with nature in their lives.

Thanks, too, for checking out the Viewing and Purchasing Images and Cards section, where you can support local and independently-owned businesses that carry my cards. A few of them, such as Madison Creek Furnishings and Designs in Stevensville, Montana, and the UC Bookstore at The University of Montana, carry matted, hand-signed large format prints, while others carry my handmade and lithographic frameable greeting cards.

You’ll get a strong sense as to how I found my own path to healing, growth, acceptance and life purpose through deepening my connection with nature by checking out Discovering Your Own Connections With the Natural World.

Finally, Why People Love Wild Hare Photos… shares what others have gained, learned and brought into their lives through experiencing and using the products and services that I have to offer.

There’s so much to celebrate at this time of year in the Northern Hemisphere where I live with my partner Erik and Flo-Jo the cat.

Tonight, as the winds shifted around dusk, about two hundred crows gathered in chaotic yet cohesive formation, flying off to roost in a grove of trees within squawking distance from the Clark Fork River.

Minutes later, a small skein of Canada geese headed west, then south, honking loudly as they flew overhead.

Change is in the air, change is good.

I hope you enjoy the changes both at and here at YourLifeNature, and if you’re serious about bringing more nature into your life, I also hope you’ll contact me, and explore the possibilities for working together.

Travel well!