This last weekend my dad traveled to Bozeman to spend a few days enjoying the beautiful colors and wildlife, and abundant photography opportunities that we have during this colorful season. We went into Yellowstone National Park on saturday and traveled through Mammoth Springs, over to Tower Falls and finally ended up spending the night in the middle of the Lamar Valley. When we woke up we were surrounded by a herd of Bison at least 700 strong. We took the opportunity to photograph them while we were within touching distance of the magnificent beasts. This one looked at me at just the right time.
Shot with a Canon 7D on a 70-200mm lens zoomed out at 70mm.
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I’m finally getting around to posting pictures that were taken this summer! This photograph was taken during the 4th of July celebrations on Lake Washington around Kenmore, WA. During the show we were only about 250 feet from the launch pad. The show was incredible and the water was calm and perfect for the long exposure that makes this image so cool!
This past weekend we gathered a group of 11 college kids, piled into a van and drove 14 hrs to Telluride, Colorado for a Pretty Lights concert! Needless to say we had a blast and enjoyed the gorgeous views of Telluride as well as the atmosphere of the concert during the weekend!!
Here are a couple photos from the trip!
Shot with a Rolleiflex with Ektar 100 speed film. Portrait of a Pentax ME 35mm film camera.
We have been having some crazy weather here in Bozeman. It has been in the mid 50s for the last couple weeks, and its February. Unreal, anyway, I have been going out regularly and shooting some of local bozeman. A lot of people here bike as a form of travel, weather for fun, for work, or to get to class, and since it has been decent weather you can see people riding again.
Here’s a bike that I saw leaned up against a house just down the street from where I live.
Walked through the house today after class and this caught my eye. Loved the way the diagonal shaft of light contrasted the vertical and horizontal lines..
On the way back to school we stopped in Idaho to visit family and I took this picture in the backyard. Loved the way the light hit the snow that was resting on this bush.
Loved the reflection of the streetlamp on the wet brick street. This was shot in Pike Place Market on a gloomy day in Seattle (surprise surprise).