Wild Hores of Wyoming. The Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range located in Wyoming is no secret to the world. You can google the range, buy books about the horses and you can even look up there names that people have given them. These horses are unique. Thier lineage links back to the Spanish Conquistadors and these horses ancestors have been wondering the mountains well before any of our time. The thing that I found to be so amazing, was that the horses are just up in the Pryor Mountains, existing all on their own in a serene oasis of an environment.Read More
Every Fall I head to the Tetons to photograph the changing of the fall colors! Every year I am always amazed by the Tetons. How different they can look, how quickly the colors can change and how cold or hot it can become at this time of the year. The Tetons are pretty spectacular. They remind me of the Bitterroot mountain range in Montana.Read More
I packed up my camera bags and headed to Jackson Hole at the end of September. This was my 3rd time with the Jeff Clow Photo Tours and my second time in Jackson Hole. The fall leaves where just changing and we had some very beautiful skies, clouds and scenery. Not much wildlife to look at over the 4 days, but there was still lots of shooting to be had. Wyoming Fall's are incredibly beautiful and you get a different experience each time you go there.
Here is a selection of images from the tour.
Cameras used: Pentax 645z, 35mm and 80-160mm.
Nikon D800: 24-70, 70-200mm
Nikon D4s: Sigma 150-600mm Sport Lens.
Montana To Texas
I recently did a small road trip from Montana to Texas. In our almost 1,980 Miles, we saw endless sky's, fields and rolling hills. The trip lasted 3nights and 4 days and all of the photographs where taken out of the co-pilots window while moving. There is no stopping when Wade is your driver, so I learnt to be quick and get the shots before we passed them by. I learned that shooting through the tinted windows worked pretty good as long as your lens was pressed up against the glass, but sometimes the focus would be off. So I tried to roll down my window at a rapid pace in order to get the shots that I really wanted.
The pictures are in no particular order, but maybe you can guess what States each image are from. We drove from Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico and then Texas!
Grand Teton's Adventure
I had the pleasure of participating in the "Dirt Cheap Photo Tours" with Jeff Clow in the Grand Tetons, Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Our group managed to some how stay mostly warm during some very challenging weather conditions. The first couple of days brought us Rain/Snow/Wind. We still headed out there though to shoot and it defiantly paid off. After 4 days, we had photographed 5 Bears, 2 Moose (twice), Bull Elk and his Harem of Ladies, A couple of Mule deer and a HUGE heard of Buffalo. We had some very close encounters with some very large animals as well. Once the weather started to clear a bit, we then where able get some shots of the mountains and some beautiful Iconic Grand Teton Scenery.
I had such a great time on this trip and highly recommend anyone taking one of Jeff's Tours! Here are some samples out of over 200GB that I shoot in that 4 day period.
Check out Jeff's Web Site: Dirt Cheap Photo Tours
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