The first snow has come and melted. It will be repeated again and again over the next few weeks until the land is covered by its winter blanket. Now is when Wolves, Coyotes, Foxes and the Cats will hunt hard to feed their young and put on weight for the lean months ahead. This is the … Continue reading
The times are changing. The days have cooled. Snow is in the air. It is the time for wildlife once again in Yellowstone. To see the current schedule of trips check here
Hi, I am finally back in the office after a fun trip to do milky way photography in Arches and Canyonlands and will share some images from them but I want first to share one of our guides photos from the upcoming Iceland Photo workshop. I am really excited to be able to do this … Continue reading
One other thing about photographing bears, They are really fast and strong. Mothers will kill anything they think will harm their cubs. No photo is worth getting hurt for or even worse getting the bear killed because you did something stupid. Use a REALLY long lens.
I had been waiting for this lens to be announced for what seemed like a very long time. I needed a replacement for the Canon 600 I had sold after the first of the year. When the new lens was announced I expected a wait of 3 to 6 months before delivery but was pleasantly … Continue reading
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