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Monday, September 30th, 2013

Snapshot from GoPro: Saskatchewan Glacier 2013 CIGP


Stay up to date with happenings via the Poulton Imaging Facebook page


Since I have the WordPress feeding all my social media accounts, here’s some past images for you all to enjoy.


I’ll be in Canada this next week….Lake Louise, Banff and Jasper.


Really old photo. After the first bivy with my wife….but this was our first Date Night. 04/01/2077 0543 hrs


My Hood Panoramic on Plywerk at Timberline Lodge stairwell leading to the Raven’s Nest.


Asit Rathod enjoying the fresh in White River Canyon, Mount Hood 2012-2013 season.


Eric Spence enjoying spacious accommodations in the back of a truck. Mount Hood.


I took that shot above with a 50mm on my 40D with some body contortions.


My favorite Berthoud Pass drop.


A Moose near Jackson Hole….her baby is hanging out in the bushes…

Page update

Wednesday, September 4th, 2013

Updated my About Joe Poulton page on the site below is what it looks like:


I’m first and foremost an adventurer. I love the experiences of seeing new places and meeting new people. There’s no better way to preserve these experiences for other people to enjoy than through photography and writing.

I grew up in Portland, Oregon and lived the first 19 years of my life in the city. During that time I started writing and seeing the world around me. I first started writing poetry when I was 15 and climbing at the same age. I started taking photos with a disposable camera on my climbing trips to record where I’d been. Then, for a high school graduation gift, my parents sent me on a North Cascades guided trip with the American Alpine Institute. This opened my eyes to the larger world.

After I hit the age of 19, I flew the coop to Seattle and Bellingham, Washington.  While I was there I climbed, wrote, and photographed lots of places, the record of which is stored in many 4×5 prints and articles on my computer. During the four years I was in Washington I had a few jaunts to Alaska and British Columbia. In Alaska I learned how to seine fish for a couple months. In British Columbia, I got my taste of multipitch rock climbing.

Then I moved to Denver, Colorado, the home of the majestic Flatirons near Boulder. There I lived, learned and climbed for 5 years. Then, I moved back to the Pacific Northwest from 2006 to 2010. Now I was back in Denver, CO due to a career path in Emergency Medical Services where I worked with American Medical Response in Denver and then Boulder as an EMT.  The birth of a son as brought me and my family back to our roots in the PNW. All while I continue to climb, ski and photograph my passion and write my path.


High on the Cooper Spur of Mount Hood. Photo credit: Tom Hanlon 2010


Resting below the Black Spider Mount Hood. Photo Credit: Tom Hanlon 2010

Joe Poulton
Vancouver, WA


Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

Testing IFTTT recipe to feed 500px.


Page update

Saturday, August 3rd, 2013

Check out my updated Print ordering page. I still have the Facebook app on the page. Most likely I’ll be taking that down. Since it hasn’t seen any purchases.



Sunday, January 20th, 2013


I have just added a link to my new Gigapan page in order for you to properly view my current panoramic images and the ones I’ll be acquiring as the Columbia Icefield Gigapixel Project gets underway this Spring.  The link to this page can be found on the right as well as in this post.