My thoughts have turned recently to a memorable visit to Yellowstone last summer with Bill Wight. We were scouting locations for a future workshop. It was a stormy afternoon which made for some dramatic clouds and weather. This is a view of a rain swollen Elk Antler Creek along the Grand Loop Road.
I'm looking forward to our next workshop in Joshua Tree National Park. Details are available at the Mountain High Workshops Website.
Thursday, December 24, 2009
Sunday, May 10, 2009
It was raining and trying to snow (temp was 33 degrees F.) when I took this image near the Buffalo Fork just south of Moran junction in Grand Teton National Park. I wasn't able to see the Tetons but the rain brought out some intense color!
View the entire Tetons - East and West Set
View my - Most Interesting according to Flickr
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Monday, May 04, 2009
Thursday, January 01, 2009
We had a great in Yellowstone National Park. The photo ops were wonderful but the best part of the trip was being with family!
1. Entering the park ... 2. On the road such as it is in the winter...
Our little band at the Firehole River...
A perfect end to a perfect day...
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