You can discover more about my photography and view galleries at www.bobstovern.com. Landscape and nature photography is a favorite hobby of mine. It combines many things that I love into one pursuit and allows me to share images captured from my own perspective. I also offer my photography services for fly fishing trips, special events […]
Being a wedding photographer is exciting, fast paced work! You know you will be shooting photos of the wedding party and family, but it’s the other details that can really tell the full story. My experience as a landscape and nature photographer comes into play to help capture the complete picture. Contact me if you need […]
We hit the first warm weekend of the season in Sedona this past weekend. Daytime temps were over 70 degrees and it was a refreshing change from the snowy winter in Colorado. Sedona has hundreds of trails near town that crisscross each other through the red rock landscape. Most people seem to drive around the roads […]
Grand Mesa is the largest flat-topped mountain in the world! It is 40 miles across and most of that is above the altitude of 10,000 feet. Our dog Jasmine loves to visit during the winter. The bottomless powder puts her in snowmobile mode and I think this is what she dreams about when she yips […]
It’s a big snow year in the North Fork Valley! We usually measure the snow in inches down in the valley, but El Niño has made us get out the yard stick. I created a cross country ski loop in the yard which is 1,000 feet long and in the shape of a figure eight. There […]
The Gunnison Gorge is located on the Western Slope of Colorado and there are nearly 14 miles of Gold Medal waters to fish. For the majority of that length, the only access is by boat or foot. We backpack and day hike this area as often as possible. The Bureau of Reclamation in Colorado gave me a […]
We made a quick overnight backpacking trip up to Dollar Week this week. Sometimes we get the urge to spend a night over 10,000 feet. Always good fishing at the small lakes and you might catch a glimpse of Rocky Mountain sheep, elk, goats or the occasional bear. The largest animal we saw – besides humans and […]
The heat is on in the valley so it’s time to escape to the cool air of the high country. Fern forests under a canopy of green aspens greet us with a welcome blast of humidity. Above 10,000 feet is the place to be on a hot summer day. Thank you!