Photographing wildlife from a moving kayak is fun but the results are always uncertain due to the movement of the river and the subject. Luck happened to be on our side as we watched this elk in Grand Teton National Park.
Dramatic skies contrast with gentle golden grasses whispering change is on the way.
I could be mistaken but along the trail and just down the hill was a sign that read “Boys Only” and perhaps that was so as a Mule Deer Buck and young Bighorn Ram hung out together under the comfort of large shade tree on a warm fall afternoon. This is the first time we have encountered both a Bighorn Sheep and Mule Deer together through the viewfinder. An unusual and interesting encounter.
From marsh shrubs to sagebrush to pine forest to snow-covered peaks. A wide open landscape sure helps bring peace and quiet to a busy brain. Looking out from the marshlands at Red Rocks National Wildlife Refuge in Montana.
Yellow: the most luminous color and one that always grabs our attention, even from a distance.
And on a cool and cloudy day this Little Yellow Warbler sure warms thing up.