Showing posts from January, 2015

Just Another Day Around Town

A beautiful evening and morning photographing right along the outskirts of the town of Jackson. Last night we hiked up the local ski hill for a twilight after-work run. The next morning, we saw the Pinnacle Peak wolf pack on the slopes of Miller Butte, bighorn rams putting on a show, and two unusual species of grosbeaks enjoying the berries of an ornamental tree in someone's front yard. Next week begins my big winter season with Natural Habitat Adventures, so get ready for weekly updates from Yellowstone!

Here is a short video of the wolf activity on the National Elk Refuge over the past few days

Birds in the fog

What some would call "bad photography weather" prompted the challenge to find interesting ways to use the flat light and fog. Headed over to the fish hatchery ponds with my new 100-400L f4.5-5.6 II lens. Here are the inaugural photos from the new toy!

Dogsledding in the Wilderness

Hey all,
Had the opportunity to go for a fantastic dogsled ride today along Granite Creek with Jackson Hole Iditarod Sled Dog Tours. Here are some photos from the experience. For those of you coming to Jackson this winter, whether it be for a NatHab trip or not, try to get down to see these folks!