Blog » Idaho

Atomic City September 7, 2015

The world’s first peacetime use of nuclear power occurred when the U.S. Government switched on Experimental Breeder Reactor #1 near Arco, Idaho, on December 20, 1951. It was only temporary, but it paved the way for commercial use of nuclear power. Today, the facility can be explored through a free, self-guided tour which includes a limbo bar, a rail slide, and all the usual stuff you’d find at a nuclear plant.

View More
Series: Arco, Atomic City, EBR-1, Idaho, SLR
Camera: Nikon D750

Number Hill September 6, 2015

Along the hills of the world’s first city powered by atomic energy, you’ll find a peculiar set of numbers disorderly painted across the face of its most prominent hill. A tradition dating back to nearly a century, it all began when the 1920 senior class of Butte County High School decided to leave its mark. Each graduating class thereafter followed suit.

Filed In: Blog, Photography, Scenery
Series: Arco, Butte County High School, graffiti, Idaho, SLR
Camera: Nikon D750

the long way there June 11, 2015

Series: Boise, Honda CB550f, Idaho, motorcycles, roads, Point and Shoot
Camera: iPhone

Teepee June 9, 2015

Filed In: Blog, Photography, Scenery
Series: Boise, Idaho, Teepees, Point and Shoot
Camera: iPhone

Treefort 2015 June 8, 2015

View all
Treefort 2015 Photos

Rubblebucket / Treefort 2015 May 12, 2015

View More
Visit the online store!

it’s cold up here January 8, 2015

Filed In: Blog, Photography, Scenery
Series: Bogus Basin, Boise, fisheye, Full Moon, Idaho, lights, slow shutter, SLR
Camera: Nikon D7000

Sun Valley / December 2014 December 22, 2014

View More
Series: April, Idaho, red, snow, Sun Valley, trees, Point and Shoot, SLR
Camera: iPhone, Nikon D7000

Aerial Views of Table Rock December 14, 2014

View More

8th Street November 30, 2014

Tiny Planet: Boise, Idaho May 24, 2014

Filed In: Blog, Projects