Archive for March 2011

Two Finger Knife -II

 A couple of pots ago I introduced the production of products made my Two Finger Knife LLC. This post I have some final products to show you. As you can tell they make a variety of products, all of which all handmade and quality products. I hope you enjoy the unique Damascus patterns as much as I do. For more information click here.

King of the hill

Jackson WY hosted its annual "World Championship Snowmobile Hill Climb" this past weekend. What a site to see. Tens of thousands of fans watch from the starting gate, uphill finish line and some enjoy a short lived birds-eye view form the chairlift. Great to see the sport making such progress. Enjoyed an afternoon with some of the riders and fans.

Here kitty kitty...

This past Wednesday Grand Targhee got 19" of snow. Not unheard of at the ghee, especially with their reputation of amazing and constant powder. How could have I spent Wednesday any better than at the ghee on a CAT! Not only was there freshies all day long, but there was SUN! Something usually sacrificed by the ghee in order to keep the snow coming, but Wednesday we were lucky enough to get the best of both worlds. Big shout out to out guides EA & Walshy. Another EPIC day courtesy of Grand Targhee! Thanks guys!

New Book

I've been working away on my new book and it's finally here! 
It's a action sports photography collection by abbydell photography.
Such a pleasure to make, but of course more of a pleasure to shoot!
Check it out!

Front cover & Spine

 Back cover

Jordan & Malia

 Meet Jordan & Malia. They are engaged to be married this coming May. 
While I was visiting Southern California this past weekend I was able to shoot their engagements. What a fun couple! They were great to work with, their photos turned out fabulous, can't wait to shoot the big day! Enjoy this sneak peak of some of my personal favorites.

Melissa's Graduating

 Congratulations Melissa!
Melissa is a university graduate of 2011. She is also a dear friend of mine. What a wonderful opportunity it was to photograph someone so close to me. Her photos turned out perfect thanks to her bubbly personality and contagious smile. Enjoy life after graduation Melissa!