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Pete Alport Photography


I came up with a little phrase earlier this year, "A clock is a simple measurement to know when things can exist." There are 24 hours in a day and I believe each hour can be used for whatever comes to mind. 9-10pm? Many know this to be bedtime. 6-7am? Many know this to be wake up time. Many also know they can choose to alter this schedule to engage in other activities...there is no law when the human can function. This is exactly how I live and have since I was a little boy. I remember growing up in Portland and watching the rare occurrence of snowfall til' the sun came up; it usually fell late at night when temperatures were cooler. Repercussions of sleep deprivation may have had detrimental impacts, however, a choice to nap or being completely fine with my positive decision to watch the snowfall usually outweighed the lack of sleep...I would make it up later. The image before you is an early wakeup not to achieve the photo, but to be a part of the journey; stars into sunrise, peaceful conversations as we tour, perfect powder runs before the snow becomes heated and unstable, and back to the snowmobiles in a safe time...leaving us fulfilled beyond measure and much of the day left to rest, attend to other tasks, or simply just be.

The image you see here is great for office spaces, restaurants, health care, any retail space with a wall. My clients who purchase photos with people in them all say the same thing, "having someone in the photo allows the viewer to imagine its them, being right there, transporting their being from wherever they are to what they see in the image." Discounts available based on quantity. Please email me for custom sizes.