Trying to plan around the weather at the Oregon Coast is never worth the headache. Sometimes you just have to get creative with the conditions
We just found out that our picture "Leap" taken in Yellowstone was awarded honorable mention in the "2018 National Park Photo Contest" sponsored by @tamronusa.
We are honored to be 1 of 10 in the Wildlife category selected from 3,000 entries.
5D Mark IV #tamron150600g2 #tamron #manfrotto #usinterior
Teton Canyon, Table Mountain, and the Tetons. Disclaimer-I took off and landed from National Forest outside of Targhee’s boundaries.
“Excuse me” said the elk and I...
Sometimes, you just have to sit down and drink in the beauty of a place.
This Bison at Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota walked for about half an hour before abruptly stopping at this spot to take a break. I followed his lead and just sat on the ground and thought; "Maybe this was his idea all along...he wanted to show me this beautiful spot"
Bison often make thebest tour guides...from a distance.
Beauty may attract attention, but personality captures the heart.
... some inspiring last few days of summer sunsets to be seen here in Cleveland.
Sierra Nevada Mountains, CA
With summer inevitably coming to an end, I look back to my favorite hike with the perfect drink. ✌️
I just got back from the High Sierra where I spent a week fishing, photographing, hanging with good friends and just plain soaking it in. The skies where mostly blue and windy but then this decided to show up. One of the most beautiful Sierra sunsets I've ever seen. I captured this over the Minarets after a great day of fishing. What an outstanding day it was!
#sunset #sierra #minarets #easternsierra
"Devils Tower National Monument" Despite the amazing skyglow happening for everyone with superwide lenses, Matt popped on his 70-200mm lens to grab a tight star trail photo in the near darkness of the new moon.
It was hot in the Wyoming summer. But he ripped a single 271-second long exposure facing West, so the star trails rained down upon the Tower.
The streetlights in the nearby campground provided a soft glow to illuminate the face. The soft upglow provided a stagelight effect.
In July of 2019, Chris Nicholson and Matt Hill will be holding a workshop for fourteen lucky students. We still have a handful of seats left, but don’t dally! These will disappear like the crazy colors in the skies.
____________________________________ 📷 - Nikon D700
🔘 - Nikon 70-200 f/2.8 at 200mm
🎞 - ISO 800
🔘 - f/2.8
🎞 - 271 seconds
🔦 - Campground Light
Supported by @manfrottoimaginemore
and triggered with #vellogear
Protected as part of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System, the South Fork of the John Day River flows from south to north through central #Oregon
, providing unparalleled recreational opportunities including fishing, swimming, hiking, camping and birdwatching. The views here are colorful, striking and unique. Basalt outcrops, Ponderosa pine, and Douglas and white fir intermix with juniper, sagebrush and native bunchgrasses to create a distinct pattern on the rugged canyon slopes. Photo by Greg Shine, Bureau of Land Management (@mypubliclands
). #FindYourWay #mypubliclands #johndayriver #travel #usinterior
One huge learning curve for beginner backpackers is making a menu for personal trips. It’s difficult to find foods that are nutritious, tasty, lightweight, and calorically dense. One of these foods that is a backpacker’s delight is bacon. As you can see, @depude84
is just as excited as I am when the bacon gets brought out!
While hiking in Mount Rainier National Park we heard the roar of water and after a little exploring found this narrow george. Got to love the out doors, there always something new to see around the corner!
A beautiful place that changes every time I go there.. Don't know if it's people knocking them down or the weather is making these delicate structures disappear. They won't be around for long.
read to the end for a very special announcement (and if you want free money)... it had been raining throughout the day. we went into the park, heading towards logan pass, when the clouds opened up. the light illuminated a slice of the valley below, creating this absolutely amazing atmosphere for just a couple of fleeting minutes. it was truly special...like today... today marks a pretty big day in my life. i finally get to share something that’s been a long time coming both in theory and in working on it. today i’m launching my website, ichoosetravel.com.
in celebration of launching my first ever website, i’m doing a giveaway! if you click the link in my bio, you can enter a contest to win a $50 Amazon gift card. once you click on the link, you’ll see there’s three ways to enter. make sure to do all three to have the best chance of winning!
i appreciate you participating!!
On this date in 1964, #Canyonlands
National Park (@canyonlandsnps
) was established. Canyonlands #NationalPark
preserves colorful canyons, mesas, buttes, fins, arches and spires in the heart of southeast #Utah
's high desert. Water and gravity have been the prime architects of this land -- sculpting layers of rock into the rugged landscape park visitors know and love today. Photo of the park’s iconic #MesaArch
by Terry Barnes (www.sharetheexperience.org). #findyourpark #usinterior
We got lucky to have a planet that has so much variety to explore. Have you seen Mars? That's no fun.
I FINALLY got to see White Sands National Monument on my last trip. It's still so insane to me how big the sky is when there's no trees in the way. Trees are nice too tho. I saw a good one yesterday.