Snow, water and light

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Snow, water and light combine to make a wonderful sight. Photographed on the banks of the Firehole river in Yellowstone National Park while skiing towards Lone Star Geyser on a sunny winters morning.

46 thoughts on “Snow, water and light

    1. Hi Sonya, thanks. I really am fascinated with the way winter light filters through the trees in forests and the light dark interplay between shadow and snow. It is something I love seeing but always have a hard time photographing. Hope your weekend is going well.

  1. Oh man…I am really reliving my trip last year…I saw the coolest bird shape in the snow hanging over the river that we stopped to see one day on our way through the park.

    1. Thanks, it is an amazing place and we sure spend plenty of time reliving our trips to Yellowstone. Here’s to both of us getting back again sometime in the future. Best wishes and hope your day is going great.

    1. Hi Paula, it was quite wonderful snow in regards to texture, and ability to shine n the light. We have had very little at home this winter so it was great to get a good dose while away in yellowstone.

  2. You get those awesome pillows of snow out west. Light and fluffy!

    On Sun, Jan 25, 2015 at 8:31 AM, nature has no boss wrote:

    > Mike Bizeau posted: ” Snow, water and light combine to make a > wonderful sight. Photographed on the banks of the Firehole river in > Yellowstone National Park while skiing towards Lone Star Geyser on a sunny > winters morning.”

      1. Huh, you went skiing in a swim suit? Interesting approach. πŸ˜‰ But yes, I believe it gets cold. But don’t rob me of my dreams. πŸ˜‰

        Thanks, the same to you – and a (very) belated Happy New Year. πŸ™‚

        1. Not skiing but out of the hot tub and into the snow and not knocking it as everyone should shave that experience at least twice in their lives. And a very happy new year to you as well and hope it is a fun and adventure filled one to boot.

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