My first visit to Yellowstone National Park was the beginning of beautiful photographic relationship!
As soon as I arrived at the trailhead to Lake Mary, I noticed a dark creature in the woods. I had to take a long look because I couldn't believe how close I was to a bull moose. A few other people noticed as well and we all began a photo-moose-a-palooza.
A day of outdoor adventure in eastern Utah.
Shortly after the call ended, I received an alert email from Google saying they found my name in the news today. When I opened the email, this is what I saw...
Little did I know that I was hitting the sweet spot on that day. As soon as I got into Provo Canyon, I could tell there was a plenty of color. As I drove east into Heber, the color was intensifying. I was beginning to feel that I was in for a special treat.
It was an interesting week for hiking and photography. Here are some of the best of the best.
I woke up without an alarm at 4:30a. I sprung out of bed and got to work. Now that I was going to be doing an 11-12 mile hike, I had to pack differently.
We hiked in the 1.7 miles up to the intersection of the pipe and the end of one section of the trail. We dropped our packs and climbed up the steep path that houses the pipe
While in general, it is a great to think of photography, and life for that matter, from a variety of perspectivies. But today, I chose to go singularly with the macro lens.
They served me well over the past seasons, but they too, are tired. They are probably hurt as much as my feet hurt.