So I’m back from a short but productive trip to a couple national parks. First up is Theodore Roosevelt National Park. I was last there about 10 or so years ago, and managed to get really close to some wild horses, and got some amazing photographs. It was kinda mind blowing and amazing! I really tried to not have my hopes too high this time, as last experience was pretty high standards! This time? Even more amazing. Saw probably close to 50 wild horses, and at one point was in the middle of them! Every direction I looked there were horses! Such an amazing time. I hope you won’t get tired of horses, because you’ll probably be seeing a lot of them in the upcoming months as I make my way through the photographs!
Fine art photograph of marbled godwit, North Dakota.
Love these reds and blues from Yellowstone National Park. Took a hike that included rain, hail, snow and sunshine all in the space of a 1.5 mile hike! Falling rain made for interesting photography.
Purchase this photograph as a fine art print here.
One thing I've noticed about myself... I love triptychs! I've noticed over and over again in my work that I'll have three photographs that go very well together... almost like I planned it... Well... I don't think I've ever specifically planned a triptych, I just take photos in a series that go together and often I'll end up with three that would look amazing framed together on a wall. I even have a few different triptychs hanging in my house - cheetahs in the living room, abstracts in the bedroom, and three from my migration series in my office. I'm definitely wanting to put this "Pacific Dawn" trio somewhere - just have to find the wall space!
Have a fantastic Monday, and thanks for stopping by!