Thursday, January 17, 2019

Winter Landscapes - VIII


Continuing my series on Winter Landscapes.


Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada:


Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Winter Landscape Photos - VII


As I have mentioned before, I am not a Landscape Photographer. I remain at awe of how they can capture 180 degree landscapes in two dimensions.

Yet, spending as much time in the wilderness photographing wildlife I do see some amazing landscapes. And because I have a camera in my hand occasionally I take a photo.

Here are some of my better winter landscape photos:


Ice Climbing on the mountains above the Columbia Icefields, Alberta, Canada

Naked Eye View



With 400mm Lens

Naked Eye View

With 400mm Lens

Sunday, January 13, 2019

Winter Landscape Photos - VI


As I have mentioned before, I am not a Landscape Photographer. I remain at awe of how they can capture 180 degree landscapes in two dimensions.

Yet, spending as much time in the wilderness photographing wildlife I do see some amazing landscapes. And because I have a camera in my hand occasionally I take a photo.

Here are some of my better winter landscape photos:



Helmcken Falls, British Columbia

Friday, January 11, 2019

Winter Landscape Photos - IV



As I have mentioned before, I am not a Landscape Photographer. I remain at awe of how they can capture 180 degree landscapes in two dimensions.

Yet, spending as much time in the wilderness photographing wildlife I do see some amazing landscapes. And because I have a camera in my hand occasionally I take a photo.

Here are some of my better winter landscape photos:



Clark's Fork River, Montana

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Winter Landscape Photos: III



As I have mentioned before, I am not a Landscape Photographer. I remain at awe of how they can capture 180 degree landscapes in two dimensions.

Yet, spending as much time in the wilderness photographing wildlife I do see some amazing landscapes. And because I have a camera in my hand occasionally I take a photo.

Here are some of my better winter landscape photos:

As January began, so did the cold -- and not too common snowfall here in Tucson, Arizona:





Monday, January 7, 2019

Winter Landscape Photos: II



As I have mentioned before, I am not a Landscape Photographer. I remain at awe of how they can capture 180 degree landscapes in two dimensions.

Yet, spending as much time in the wilderness photographing wildlife I do see some amazing landscapes. And because I have a camera in my hand occasionally I take a photo.

Here are some of my better winter landscape photos:


Columbia Icefields, Alberta, Canada


Saturday, January 5, 2019

Winter Landscape Photos - I


As I have mentioned before, I am not a Landscape Photographer. I remain at awe of how they can capture 180 degree landscapes in two dimensions.

Yet, spending as much time in the wilderness photographing wildlife I do see some amazing landscapes. And because I have a camera in my hand occasionally I take a photo.

Here are some of my better winter landscape photos:

Athabascar Falls, Alberta, Canada







Thursday, January 3, 2019

Winter Wildlife Photos: Wood Duck



Continuing my series on Winter Wildlife Photos we have the Wood Duck. 

I was traveling in Eastern Oregon with a stop at Mahleur National Wildlife Refuge. This refuge is not know for its abundant "winter wildlife," so I was pleasantly surprised to find this Wood Duck in a small creek. He certainly seemed out of place:


Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Winter Wildlife Photos: White Tailed Deer



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Continuing my series on Winter Wildlife Photos we come to the White Tailed Deer.

 I took this photo in Western Montana. Among other reasons, I like it because it shows the different stages of emotion of White Tails. When the tail is down, the deer is "calm," when the tail is parallel, the deer is "cautious," when the tail is up, the deer is "afraid."