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October 2010

Bull Moose and Incoming Snow Storm

Bull Moose in Fall Snow

Earlier this week we had a pretty intense storm rip through the valley, leaving the Jackson Hole Ski Resort with 41 inches of new snow in 48 hours. As the storm initially made its way into the valley, I headed out for a quick drive that morning to find some new winter-like shots and was fortunate enough to happen upon some bull moose grazing at the Gros Ventre Campground in Grand Teton National Park.… Keep reading...

Long-Tailed Weasel Near Goodwin Lake

Long-Tailed Weasel

Nothing will make my day more than getting some good shots of an animal that not only have I never photographed before, but also never even seen before. Such was the case yesterday while returning from Jackson Peak and taking the scenic route around Goodwin Lake in the Gros Ventre Wilderness outside of Jackson Hole, Wyoming.… Keep reading...

Antelope Flats – There’s Always Good Light

Fall Cottonwood Panorama

You hear it all the time. People making excuses not to go shooting because of a certain kind of light or weather condition. In the end, however, that’s all they are: excuses. At its simplest terminology, photography is the art of capturing light. The word itself is Greek and breaks down into "drawing with light."… Keep reading...

Black and White Teton Mountains Panorama

Storms Over Teton Mountains

This was actually taken several weeks ago, but I only recently converted it to black and white and saw the true value in the image. I drove up to the Triangle X Ranch in Grand Teton National Park to get this shot at sunrise of the Teton Mountains. It almost looked like it wasn’t going to be anything until the sun began breaking through the clouds, creating a stripe of light that stretched out across the mountains.… Keep reading...

Getting Away at Schwabacher Landing

Schwabacher Landing Sunrise

In transitioning out of my full-time job, I’ve been doing a lot of work indoors. I’ve been working heavily on a new project and in sitting inside for much of yesterday, I noticed fall leaves being blown rather easily off of an aspen tree outside my window and it dawned on me that I’ve most likely missed fall here in its prime.… Keep reading...