• Alexander Reservoir

    Alexander Reservoir is a man-made waterway, just west of Soda Springs, Idaho. The Bear River dumps into this reservoir, and a dam located further west, generates power for the small town from the water collected. More than just a recreational

  • Bailey Creek, Idaho

    Bailey Creek is a rural suburb of Soda Springs, Idaho. Located in a heavily forested area, Bailey Creek is home to many residents and seasonal visitors. Summer and Fall are the busiest times of year for hunting, fishing. camping, hiking and

  • Bancroft

    Bancroft, Idaho is a little railroad town in Caribou County with only 377 residents. It was informally named after W. H. Bancroft the President and General Manager of the Oregon Short Line rail road company in 1892. Official designation as

  • Black and White - Two

    The first Black And White Collection was starting to get full, so we created a new gallery. This collection will begin with photos taken starting January 2020 and on (shuffled) until a new collection needs to be created. Thank you for stopping

  • Black and White

    “To see in color is a delight for the eye but to see in black and white is a delight for the soul” – Andri Cauldwell

    {tips DID YOU KNOW?::You can see more info and purchase links when you click individual pictures. **Images in each

  • Boise

    Boise is in southwestern Idaho, about 41 miles east of the Oregon border. Downtown Boise is Boise's cultural center and home to many small businesses and a few mid-rises. While downtown Boise lacks a major retail/dining focus like Seattle and

  • Cherry Springs

    Cherry Springs Nature Trail is a Forest Service developed site near Pocatello, Idaho and includes scenic hiking trails, picnic areas, streams and bridges, an amphitheater AND wonderful options for photography. Over 100 bird species have

  • Digital/Creative Collection

    A collection of digital composites, abstract and creative shots..

    "Although time consuming, creating artwork is

  • Eight Mile Farm

    "I went to this farm a couple of times in 2019 during the Spring and Summer. The people who own the farm had the most amazing horses. They were gentle and curious, especially one who followed me around everywhere. He really wanted

  • Field of Sunshine

    A field of sunflowers comes alive when the sun rises and casts a warm glow on the land. It's interesting that all of the thousands of sunflowers were facing towards the mountain, and it's easy to see why. I also captured some interesting details

  • Flora

    Here we are with the wild flowers rising from the earth, looking to the casual eye as weeds until they bloom. Who pays attention to their chaotic stems that twist in the joy of new life until they wear colours as bold as any festival dive? Then

  • Grace, Idaho: Collection Two

    "I photograph this area a lot. I love to explore the abandoned architecture and rustic rural scenery. There will probably be several collections dedicated to this small town of wide-open spaces and quiet bliss." - Rhonda Ravenkamp


  • Grace, Idaho

    Grace, Idaho is a small town in Caribou County, with a population of about 900 people. The area is rural and mostly farmland. As you enter the town from the North, you will cross the Bear River and adjacent Bear River Dam (which feeds water by

  • Hooper Springs

    Nearly 200 years ago, American indians, fur trappers and thirsty pioneers traveling along the Oregon Trail, had already discovered the unique bubbling springs around the area of what is now know as Soda Springs, Idaho. It was praised for it's

  • Lava Hot Springs

    Lava Hot Springs is a small tourist town in southeastern Idaho, with a population of about 400 year-round residents. Tourists flock from all over the country and Canada (mostly during Summer), to visit it's many attractions. Lava (as the locals

  • McCammon

    McCammon, Idaho is a small truck stop town in Bannock County with approximately 600 people, located where I-15 and US-30 meet. It got it's name from former Assistant US Attorney General Joseph K. McCammon when he signed a treaty with Shoshone

  • Road Trips

    "Ah, road trips...one of my favorite things. There's so many interesting things to discover. Whether I'm driving or not, I spend the time looking around. I also circle back a lot, or stop along the road to take pictures. Have you

  • Rurex


    "Rural Exploration" of abandoned architecture (homes, farms, buildings, etc). "This is mostly what I do and my favorite type of photography. Because this gallery can get quite large, I'm going to break it up into

  • Soda Springs

    Soda Springs is a small rural town in southeast Idaho. With a population of around 3000 residents, Soda Springs is the largest of 3 towns in Caribou County and holds the county seat. The city is named for the hundreds of natural springs of

  • Swan Lakes

    Nestled in the heavily forested foothills, known as Swan Lake Gulch and just east of Soda Springs, is one of Idaho's best kept secrets. Comprised of three lakes (including the Lakey Reservoir) and a drainage point of the Bear River, Swan Lakes


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