Celebrating A Friend

My buddy Dr. Robert Sigley passed away recently and his funeral (actually more of a celebrating remembrance) was held this weekend in the enclaves of Magnolia and Ballard, and city of Seattle, WA. Linda and I made the trip from Sun Valley to Seattle in order to join in on the celebration.

Bob was […]

Christmas 2018 – At The Cabin in Stanley

We decided to have Christmas at the Cabin in Stanley, Idaho in 2018. It is located on Goat Creek. The property abuts the Sawtooth National Forest\National Recreation\National Wilderness Boundary. We access via a Private Road and need to cross Forest Service property to get to our cabin. The property is part of a small enclave […]

Labor Day – Origins and Impact

Wagon Days Ketchum, Idaho 2018

The first Labor Parade – New York, September 5th 1882

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Today is Labor Day. In the current times it signals the official end of summer. Summer vacations are in […]

An Encounter With The Finger of Fate

Sunrise on the Finger of Fate © Jeffrey H. Lubeck – Courtesy MESH Gallery – all rights reserved.

A picture is worth a thousand words, so the saying goes. A picture can also change carefully established plans. I am a living example.

The plan was a 2nd photo-shoot of the Warbonnet Peak and Monte […]

The Life of the Workers at a Horse Ranch

Sunset Serenade in the Sawtooths by Jeffrey H. Lubeck © MESH Art LLC and Claire Porter Photography – courtesy MESH Gallery – all rights reserved.

The 2nd phase of equine photography for MESH Art in 2018 involved photographing horses before and after their workday at the Idaho Rocky Mountain Ranch (IRMR) in Stanley, Idaho. […]

Mothers and Their Babies

Tell me a Bedtime Story © Jeffrey H. Lubeck – Courtesy of MESH Galley – all rights reserved.

Baby Mountain Goats begin to travel with their Mother and siblings just a few days after birth. They are desiring of breast milk while the family members seek food and shelter in remote areas all the […]

Covering the Great Basin to Meet Some New Family Members

There are new members in the Lubeck family. Sage and Willow have endeavored to join up with Shae dog, Merry [Christmas] dog, Valentine dog, Kyle, Linda, and yours truly.

I decided pick up our Border Collie girls by traveling the Great Basin to the Los Angeles area (Chino) and back. It took me 52+ hours […]

I Wish For Year in Provence or At Least Another Two Weeks

I cannot believe I am about to say this on record… I am desiring of a return trip France. To be specific, I want to return to La Mandarine in the village of Bonnieux located in the Luberon district of the Provence region of France. More later on why I am surprised about by being […]

Wild Horse Reconnaissance

Later this month MESH Gallery’s very own equine photographer Claire Porter will capture images of horses throughout the region – from purebred to wild. I love horses but have no idea how to shoot them photographically. Luckily for MESH, Claire is exceptional and exclusive to our gallery for the mountain west.

Over the fall […]

Warren Miller Public and Private – Always a Friend

My sometimes business associate, and at all times friend by the name Warren Miller passed on a week ago. I waited a week to start this Post. Rarely can you find yourself associated with a true Icon with a lasting legacy. And in these times, one who does not prove to have clay […]