- My name, Edwin, is a centuries-old family name that has been passed down for generations; a family with deep roots in Montana, dating all the way back to the territorial years and settling of the region. This deep history has helped to foster my love and appreciation for Montana as a whole. Thus invoking me to explore all Montana has to offer, while helping bring awareness to public land access, and how to be considerate custodians to our natural resources and the hidden wonders of this great state. The "Last Best Place."
- My passion for photography began on what was soon to be one of many adventures with my faithful golden companion Sunny, and partner Chandler, while we were hiking along the Dearborn Creek, tucked away in the Scapegoat Wilderness. It was on this trail that I brought along my first camera. Everything suddenly just 'clicked' and I became hooked.
- I combine my love of photography with the traditional Japanese form of poetry, known as Haiku, to create a unique marriage and true-to-heart message that puts you right inside the glass lens of my camera.
- But why choose haiku? Because when writing a haiku, the author must seek peace and inner reflection; calm and tranquility. In a fast-moving world, it's important to stop and take in everything around you, if only for a brief moment. And there is no better place on Earth to do so, than among the mountains, forests, and streams of Montana.
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