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I felt like making a list today. So I jotted down a few of my favorite things. They are the things in my life (aside from the obvious, such as family and friends) that bring me enjoyment in life. Some are elusive, others are common. Some are things I either seek or keep by my side when I’m out making Montana photography. And if they don’t bring a smile to my face, they do provide me a sense of zen. So without further ado, here is my list of a few of my favorite things:

1.  Corn on the cob.

2.  Mechanical keyboards.

3.  Black raspberries (a.k.a. black caps).

4.  Cholula Hot Sauce (though Sriracha Rooster sauce is a close second).

5.  Lenses with f-stops faster than 1.8.

The “Packers Receiver” statue, which is a landmark in downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin. → Buy a Print

6.  When the Green Bay Packers beat the Chicago Bears.

7.  Standing the base of a tall mountain.

8.  Snow storms that dump more than a foot of snow.

9.  Palomino Blackwing 602 pencils.

10.  Carhartt Arctic Quilt-Lined Coveralls.

11.  Led Zeppelin.

12.  Red Swingline staplers.

13.  Walking Dead.

14.  Sleeping for more than seven hours without having to pee.

15.  Women who wear sundresses.

16.  Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L II IS USM.

17.  Playing sheepshead, euchre, cribbage, and/or poker with friends.

18.  My iPad tablet.

19.  My Domke Chronicle camera bag.

20.  Hand planes.

21.  Huckleberry ice cream.

22.  Old issues of Life magazine.

23.  Getting lost on Montana’s gravel roads.

24.  The thought of living in a cabin off the grid.

A center pivot irrigation apparatus spraying water on a field of wheat is painted a beautiful hue in the late afternoon light outside of White Sulphur Springs, Montana. → Buy a Print

25.  Parking my truck under a pivot irrigation system to wash it.

26.  Women who still wear a hint of perfume.

27.  Chocolate malts.

28.  Aggressive spam filters.

29.  Muck Boots.

30.  Harvest Moon Brewing Company’s Beltian White.

31.  Old school analog electronics. The more retro and the more analog the better.

32.  The hour after the sun comes up.

33.  Fonts.

34.  Almonds.

35.  My Accusharp knife sharpener.

36.  Hitting triple word scores.

37.  Past episodes of Seinfeld.

38.  Daily Mail Online.

39.  Digg Reader.

40.  Fresh green beans.

41.  Free WiFi.

42.  Aleve.

43.  Anything painted by Mark Rothko.

44.  Swallows and purple martins.

45.  Lightning.

46.  ThermaCell Heated Insoles.

47.  The Strokes.

48.  Customers who pay on time.

Produce vendor setting out more grapes at a market in Seattle, Washington. → License Photo

49.  Going to the farmers market.

50.  Peeling the plastic off new electronics.

51.  Advertising Age magazine.

52.  Telling stories.

53.  Northern lights (a.k.a. aurora borealis).

54.  Brick cheese.

55.  P-51 Mustangs.

56.  My Teton Sports Cot and Outfitter XXL Quick Tent that goes on top.

57.  My Zojirushi NS-LAC05XT Rice (and oatmeal) Cooker.

58.  64 gigabytes of RAM.

59.  Elk.

60.  Old maps.

Article by National Geographic
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