There’s No Home Like the Road…

There’s No Home Like the Road…

“Nothing behind me, everything ahead of me, as is ever so on the road.” – Jack Kerouac

It’s been a very busy month – full of fall family portrait sessions, private events and meetings with some new projects I’m working on as my 10 year-old photography company continues to evolve and grow. With a strong yearning for the open road but too many important tasks at hand and at home, I’ll just leave you with some recently dug up, never seen-before images from around the country – freshly edited and let loose into the wild right here, right now!

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Bobcat Tracks across the Sand Dunes

Bobcat Tracks across the Sand Dunes

Evidence of a running bobcat on North Florida’s St. Joseph Peninsula on the Gulf Coast. Here, there is a large population of these native wildcats, as well as a huge variety of resident and migratory birds. Some of the area’s most endangered rodents found here burrow into these rare dunes for shelter, as you can see here.

South Fork Snoqualmie River

South Fork Snoqualmie River

The south fork of the Snoqualmie River rushes out of the Cascade Mountains about 30 miles east of Seattle, Washington on a chilly winter day.

On the Border

Saguaro: On the Border

Saguaro cacti on the US-Mexico border on Southwestern Arizona at sunset.


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Rich Leighton
November 29, 2014
©2014 Leighton Photography & Imaging

About The Author

Pro photographer, writer, master naturalist, Florida native in the PNW, lucky husband, father of two boys, big hockey and soccer fan, and native orchid hunter.

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