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Thirty-five year old Skye Clark knows about ranching, being born and raised as a Wyoming rancher. She has had a passion for photography for as long as she can remember, but it wasn't until a year ago that she bought a camera and began taking pictures of her  family at brandings and  doing general ranch work.

 "It's my goal to capture as many real working ranch and cowboy images as I can. Our way of life is changing so fast, and I want to capture it all before it changes or is gone for good. My images are those of my family and neighbors doing their daily work. No posing and no set ups."

How fortunate for us that she finally took that first photographic step and is willing to share her talent. 

You can purchase her prints on her website: http://skyeclark.smugmug.com. 
Skye Clark Photography on Facebook
Amazing Statistics:

The Poolville Post has been read in every state in the United States except Alaska, Maine, Delaware and Rhode Island.

It has been read on every continent except Antarctica.  No Internet service there I guess.

It has been read in fifty-seven different countries.

Isn't that remarkable?
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Believe In The Magic Of Christmas
Photo by Greg Bade
Skye Clark usually has a photo or two on this page, but for December I decided to share a personal photograph that I took this past summer because I believe it expresses the magic of this time of year. The church is a Methodist Church in Lake Mills, Wisconsin, and it just happens to be the church my parents were married in in 1943.  While the exterior remains as it has always been, the interior has been converted to a private home.