The countdown to @blendbzn
carries on tonight with 'Hayden Rising.'. This image of a quintessential valley will be ready to hang in the front room of the gallery.
Hey look at this! This is pretty neat!
Behind the scenes with a client photographing a grizzly bear and her two year old cub.
The Crossing | Lamar Valley, also considered the valley of wolves, is an amazing place to experience wildlife. On this sighting, a black gray wolf, part of the Lamar Valley Wolf Pack, crosses a wetland as its perfect reflection beneath compliments its amazing beauty. You can also turn this image upside down to view it. This particular wolf was limping as it moved about. We headed to Lamar early morning before the brink of light from Lake for an early morning start in Lamar. It was certainly worth it. The photographic challenge was distance and light, which required good stability and a bit of extra reach, not to mention warm gloves, right passed sunrise.
Well bye camp life hello WiFi
What is the key to saving the world?
“You. You are the key. Heal yourself, know yourself, make yourself whole and free. Release all limits so that your love can flow unconditionally for yourself and the world. This will open the heaven of your heart completely and it will guide you without fail.” .
Trying to incorporate more moments of stillness into the daily routine. Never really understood the practice of “clearing your mind”, but I let it wander, and usually find myself meditating on places like this. Grateful for the space that I am living in, grateful for the opportunity to be so close to all of this beauty.
Grizzly bear on the shore of Yellowstone Lake. This was taken alongside my last client of the spring season, earlier this month. Even though it was getting into Yellowstone's busy season, we pretty much had free reign on what we wanted to photograph - everything was very active and the crowds weren't bad at all. We waited for hours for these bears to finish their elk calf meal and come out of the woods onto the lake shore.
A touch of red. | These beautiful foxes are the smallest canines of Yellowstone.