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Showy Lady Slippers. Perhaps my favorite flower to photograph.
Spent a day with my macro lens going around and photographing tulips. My macro photos of flowers sometimes take on an abstract feel - but I like that!
I enjoy taking fireworks photos and can't resist posting them from time to time on this nature photography site!
On the way back from Yellowstone we made a visit to Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Got to spend a good deal of time with the wild horses the first morning we were there. (If you have an interest in the horse photos, contact me as I have many, many more from the trip that are not posted here.)
Had an excellent time in Yellowstone National Park toward the end of May. I particularly enjoyed the remaining snow on the mountain peaks. There were baby bison everywhere! The elk were just starting to calve as we left. Bears were active as they were foraging for food after their hibernation. Amazing how busy the park was already in May.
The weather was not kind to us for the couple days we had scheduled for Grand Teton National Park. Not much opportunity for scenery pictures as it rained/snowed lots and the mountains were covered in clouds.
We drove through the Bighorn Mountains in Wyoming on our way to Yellowstone. We were met by lots of new snow as we went over in the morning. Also spent some time outside of Yellowstone on the Chief Joseph Highway. Went through the northern section of the Bighorns on our way back home and were treated to a spot where there were 5 moose easily photographed from the road!
The weather was cold and not the greatest when we went to northern MN for our annual fishing trip to Hatch Lake. I did manage to get some some nice loon photos and a couple of eagle shots. Click here for additional Loon Photos. A few from our recent fall trip to Colorado. Others from this trip and more Colorado fall scenery photos can be seen at the Fall Colors And Scenery page.