The double rainbow over the east entrance to the park is one of only several I’ve seen in my lifetime and the first one that I ever was able to capture an image of.
Life since getting back from my trip to the Tetons and Yellowstone has been a challenge. Several big projects at work and a very busy personal life have limited my time to blog and to process photos taken on the trip. Thinking back on it, the trip was much more of a challenge than normal... Continue Reading →
Aspens on Fire
Jupiter didn’t align with Mars but a few more earthly things did to make this image possible.
Preview of Fall Trip to the Mountains
I just returned from a week long trip to the Tetons, Yellowstone, and the Badlands.
Pollinators and Autumn Joy Sedum
In addition to the flowers, this weekend the sedum were also covered with many different species of pollinators.
We've had three straight days of rain over the holiday weekend. The good news is that it didn't slow down the hummingbird traffic in my back yard any.
The Hostas are in Bloom
one of the many signals that nature gives us indicating that summer is nearing an end
Back to Shooting Birds
I severely underexposed this and use a very short duration flash to pull the bird out of the background. Using that technique is my favorite way to get an image that has a clean dark background without doing any special post processing.
Exploring Spirit Mountain
I seems regardless of where you are, life has a way of adapting. Nature more so than the human race.
Mojave Desert In July
This is one of the most impactful sites I've every been at. The only other times I've experienced the same emotion is at Arlington Cemetery and Pearl Harbor.