Barb & Torey's Story

April 19, 2017  •  Leave a Comment


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By Barb, Torey & Chad ~ 2008
Osburn, Idaho

Barb and her daughter moved North to the Silver Valley and worked for the owner of a huge silver mine.

Barb and I worked together in a mentoring ministry
with children in
Shoshone County and were later
involved in a Bible Study
that met each week at
my home in Wallace.

The Silver Valley has a beautiful bike trail where once large trains transported
heavy loads of silver ore
from the mines to
the smelter.

It is now called Rails to Trails.

During November of 2008 I was mentoring with one of my boys and as we rode our bicycles on the trail we came across this breathtaking patch of
fall colors.

Barb had always wanted a photograph of her daughter but she was waiting for me to find a good location for her portrait.

When I showed her the bike trail, in Osburn, her jaw dropped.

We set aside the next day to do their Portrait, because if we waited any more the scenery would significantly
change as the wind and rain
are fierce in early autumn.

Barb followed my “Dress for Success” guide, found on my website, and chose complimentary colors that made their Portrait fantastic.

Canvas, 20 x 24

 

By Barb, Torey & Chad ~ 2008

 

Barb and her daughter moved North to the Silver Valley and worked for the owner of a huge silver mine.

 

Barb and I worked together in a mentoring ministry

with children in

Shoshone County and were later

involved in a Bible Study

that met each week at

my home in Wallace.

 

The Silver Valley has a beautiful bike trail where once large trains transported

heavy loads of silver ore

from the mines to

the smelter.

 

It is now called Rails to Trails.  

 

During November of 2008 I was mentoring with one of my boys and as we rode our bicycles on the trail we came across this breathtaking patch of

fall colors.

 

Barb had always wanted a photograph of her daughter but she was waiting for me to find a good location for her portrait.

 

When I showed her the bike trail, in Osburn, her jaw dropped.

 

We set aside the next day to do their Portrait, because if we waited any more  the scenery would significantly

change as the wind and rain

are fierce in early autumn.

 

Barb followed my “Dress for Success” guide, found on my website, and chose complimentary colors that made their Portrait fantastic.


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