Lyrid Meteor Shower Over Oxbow Bend

Lyrid Meteor Shower Over Oxbow Bend

For those that weren’t aware, Saturday night was the peak of the Lyrid Meteor Shower. It was my last night staying up in the Jackson Lake Lodge area, so I figured I’d make the most of it and give my new Sigma 20mm f/1.8 a good test. As you can see, it works pretty well!… Keep reading...

Dawn at Oxbow Bend

Oxbow Bend Winter Panoramic

I recently spent a few days up in Grand Teton National Park, finally taking advantage of a friend’s offer to use their guest bed at the employee housing of Jackson Lake Lodge. I spent much of my time in the Oxbow Bend area hoping to see some wildlife, but I only saw one fox who could run faster than I could grab my camera.… Keep reading...

Pilgrim Mountain Panorama

Pilgrim Mountain is a prominent, but often overlooked mountain on the drive up Highway 89 through Grand Teton National Park. Just west of Pilgrim Creek, it sits above a meadow obscured by the opportunity for wildlife on one side, and the Teton Mountains on the other.

Sometimes though, some features of the landscape simply demand to be seen, as was the case with this shot.… Keep reading...

Coyotes and the Teton Mountains

Coyotes Against Teton Mountains

I finally got my Canon 7D back from repair last week, but the weather had been a lot of wet snow and rain all week. Yesterday however, things seemed to clear up in the morning, so I headed out to Kelly in Grand Teton National Park and found plenty of wildlife to finally give it a real test.… Keep reading...

Stop Blaming George Lucas and Let Your Creativity Flow

Fall Colors Reflected in Water

Last night I watched Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. As you’re probably aware, it’s built up quite the reputation for being one of the worst episodes, and stirred up quite a bit of controversy upon its release, something I, like many people my age, jumped on the bandwagon for.… Keep reading...