Sunday, October 30, 2011

My Favorite Time of Year!

Fall is definitely my favorite time of year. Football, changing leaves, hunting season: It just doesn't get any better than that.

You've seen plenty football photos from me this year so I thought I might share some of my other adventures. I recently traveled to Denver on business - yes, I do a little work- and then I continued on to Idaho to spend a few days in the mountains. For those of you that have not been to Idaho and Wyoming during October, I can tell you that it's all about the color and the wildlife.

Mid-October is a little late for the aspens but the cottonwoods were really showing off. Also, fall is a time for the big bull elk to gather their harems and do their thing. That is truly a sight to see. One of the coolest things I saw this year in Yellowstone was a red fox. The little fellow was really focused on something in the weeds. My focus was on him and when he turned back toward me to show off that pretty face and the bushy tail, well, he had me at hello! Wow!

I hope you enjoy my photos. If there's something you'd like to know about my photography or the places I visit, please feel free to post a comment or send me an e-mail at

- James

Wednesday, October 12, 2011


My photos appeared on the Sports Illustrated website today! HOW COOL IS THAT?

Johnathan Gray of the Aledo Bearcat football team was profiled by Sports Illustrated staff writer Ben Glicksman and I provided three photos for the story. The first file shown below is the main High School page of their website. I saved it off the website knowing that a link to the page won't last forever. The next three are the original photos I provided.

The one above is from the 2011 season opener against Stephenville and the one below is from the 2010 State Championship game against LaMarque.

Here's another one from last year's State game.

It was pretty cool to see Photo Courtesy of James Albritton / on the Sports Illustrated website. Of course, special thanks goes to Johnathan Gray. Without his extraordinary talent, none of this would have been possible.

- James