One from the summer. Air traffic control radar found in the Bighorn Mountains of Wyoming.
Abandoned cabin found along an unmarked road in the hills of central Idaho.
The north end of the Palisades Reservoir, Idaho, just after dawn on a bitterly cold winter morning. The temperature was -5 degrees and the wind was blowing at about 30 mph. I started losing feeling in my hands and face as soon as I got out of the truck. I shot two panorama sets before I got so cold that I was having trouble breathing. I know this panorama isn’t perfect, the sun is totally blown out, but after the pain I went through to get it I had to post it.
Happy holidays everyone!
Lake Wenatchee, Washington. This shot shows some of the challenges of shooting panoramas including water. The ripples on the lake don’t quite line up in a few places. But I thought the image was worth sharing.
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Winter morning at Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.
Watching a storm roll in over the Tetons on a winter afternoon.
Not the best format for the blog site, but I wanted to give a sense of the endless feeling of the wide open spaces of Montana. Click to see a larger version.
View from the banks of Idaho’s Clearwater River on a winter morning…
Cave Lake, Idaho, on a winter afternoon.
Encountered some rough road conditions along Idaho’s old Highway 7…
An experimental shot – wanted to see what I could get shooting directly into the rising sun. Holter Lake, Montana, on a winter morning.
Western Montana winter landscape with the Swan Mountains in the background.
Stormchasing through the Montana hills on a summer afternoon…
One from the summer. Stormchasing through Montana farm country. If you look to the left of the road you can see a bolt of lightning. Click to see a larger version.