The love of Photography, Topography, and Agriculture.
Well… my plan for this blog is to share my photography, thoughts, and opinions. I would like to stimulate commentary and discussions centered on ranching and agricultural, photography and adventure, and various subjects addressing our times. Subjects of importance that impact us; land, agriculture, conservation, utilization of resources, etc. I hope to learn from this blog as well as provide things that hopefully others can learn from me as I learn them. Things like; photography tips, how to tutorials, new information and technology, etc.
The general concept for the blog addresses the limitations of photographing the working world and finding ways to counter and embrace those limitations in order to accomplish my goal while developing my skills as a writer, photographer, rancher and horse woman!
I am from a beautiful place called Red Lodge Montana; I have two amazing parents, Tom and Denise, and an older brother/best friend, Buck. I graduated from Montana State University Bozeman with a degree in Agricultural Relations and a minor in Animal Science. What really gets me pumped is being outdoors, working with horses and livestock, having good friends, and experiencing as much as I can, wherever I can!
I know that what you just read is a very broad statement accompanied by a bare bones introduction, but I think it is easier to explain things in a different way, which is exactly why I am talking to you! The reason I do not feel the need to explain what makes me tick is because I can show you what does through this blog.
This blog is part of my journey to figure out what type of photographer I am using the resources I have available and fitting it in with the lifestyle that I love. What I really want is for you, the reader, to form your own opinion on my photography, relate with what I have to share, maybe learn something, and I hope that you enjoy my adventures as much as I do because honestly, these photographs and discussions are my personal bio and mission statement!
Ceily Rae Highberger
Photo Credit: Mary Williams Hyde