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Wyoming

From Wyoming

From Wyoming last July.  Time+Place = stunning.

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Wild Horses

    While I really like photographing almost anything that to me has the feel of the west where i have lived my life Wild Horses are always a special treat to photograph. They have the feel of freedom and wildness even more that many of our other wildlife species. Maybe that is because they … Continue reading »

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Yellowstone Sunset

White Dome Geyser at sunset, As the roads in Yellowstone and Grand Teton begin to open the photography opportunities increase rapidly. A low snow year like this on should be especially productive this spring. I do have a couple of openings on my Spring trip due to a cancellation so if your interested in going … Continue reading »

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Yellowstone Spring Bear

Cinnamon color Black Bear along the Madison river taken during my Spring Yellowstone Workshop. One of my most productive and less expensive trips with openings for this year 😉 http://jessleephotos.com/YELLOWSTONE_SPRING_PHOTO_WORKSHOP15.htm

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Wyoming Cowboys

Some of the cowboys from our Wyoming Cowboy and Wildhorse workshop bringing in the ranch horses for the mornings work.

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New year, new workshops

I hope you have all had a good holiday season. It was a busy one for us. We left home the day after Thanksgiving for the Cowboy Christmas show in Las Vegas and only returned to Arizona for two days during the next six weeks. It was fun (sometimes), cold, warm, snowy, dry, tiring and … Continue reading »

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Wire fences and meals on wheels.

I always felt these old jack fences were one of the most charming things about Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National park. They remind me of the old days with this land was home to big ranches settled on a dangerous frontier. Today these fences are being ripped out. Destroyed in the name of wildlife … Continue reading »

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Got Ya!

We had waited for over an hour in near zero temps with only the ears appearing over the snowbank, the sun had passed behind the ridge along the Madison River and he light had gone as cold as the air. Then he chose to start his hunt. We followed him with our lens till he … Continue reading »

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High country run

We made a little run to the Wyoming high country during our Fall Cowboy and Wild horse workshop.

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Autumn Round Up

From last weeks Wyoming Cowboy workshop. It was a great shoot. The Cowboys gave their all and made a wonder trip that we will be repeating next year.

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