A photographer must be well-grounded to go head-to-head with a woolly bear caterpillar. Those fuzzy little worms inching toward their hibernation locations often are said to be predictors of winter weather: If caterpillars have more black hair than orange-red, the winter is supposed to be mo…
Ted Kim sees his newest business venture as a way to help revitalize downtown Billings. And, in doing so he’s helping local photographers build their business and hone their craft.
Memorial flowers adorn the front of the Sample Foundation’s building where photographer Mike S. Sample had his office. One of Sample’s photographs is seen in the window.
Noted Montana outdoors photographer and publisher Mike S. Sample, known for his images of the state’s landscapes and wildlife, died Thursday in Billings after a stabbing near his downtown office.
A picture is worth a thousand words, but how does that work out in musical notes?
I’m pleased to present the winners to the 2014 edition of 40 Under Forty, our annual recognition of top young business professionals. I hope you enjoy reading about our winners as much as I enjoyed getting to know them.
As another photographer hangs a balloon loaded with flour, photographer Bob Ruble composes his photo at the high-speed photography station during the Billings Camera Club’s “photo safari.
Photographers Bob Jones, left, and Larry Robson photograph a balloon loaded with flour popping at the high-speed photography station at the Billings Camera Club’s “photo safari” at Harvest Church.
Photographers, from left, Dennis Herning, Carolyn Jones, Steve Lutke and Phil Bell photograph smoke rising from incense at a station at the Billings Camera Club’s “photo safari” at Harvest Church.
Photographers, from left, Dennis Herning, Carolyn Jones and Steve Lutke photograph smoke rising from incense at a station set up in Harvest Church for a Billings Camera Club “photo safari.”
It’s easy to overlook two small photos hanging on the wall in the house where Kenton Rowe lives.
An Adele penguin stands awkwardly on spiral ice. The ice had been stranded on the shore of Paulet Island in the Weddell Sea. The island was supposed to be a jumping off point for photographer Tom Murphy's expedition this fall.
Tom Murphy is well-known for his photography in Yellowstone National Park and has more recently branched out into photographing Antarctica.
The top photo shows landscape and ice typical of what Tom Murphy and his fellow expeditioners would have seen along the Antarctic Peninsula. The fall expedition was canceled, however, for safety reasons.
Pinki Kumari, 7, has a twin sister, Rinki Kumari. Together they have been attending school for one year and hope to go on to the government school.
Kunti, 11, and her sister Bublee, 12, attend school with their 5-year-old sister.
Teachers Laxmi Chandra and Rajesh Kumar Sharma are proud to be making a difference in the lives of impoverished families.
Shoes get kicked off before taking a seat on the mat thrown out during class.
Under a bridge in New Delhi, 60 children meet for school.