Fish Creek, which runs through the small town of Wilson, flows into the Snake River just a few miles south of this point.
I don’t shoot wildlife because my Leica is set up with wide angle lenses. However, while hiking along the Snake River in Jackson Hole I spotted this moose. Actually, she spotted me. I’ve cropped the photo as much as possible to be able to see her.
I was in Jackson Hole last weekend staying with a good friend and pilot who flew me to the back side of The Grand Tetons. This was shot at 13,500 feet on cloudy day making it perfect for Black & White
Geese are uncommon here so these are just passing through and getting a head start on their journey.
This photo was taken into the sun with a ND filter and looks OK in color but I like it better in Black and White.
Living on the West Coast we really enjoy visiting Boston. There is so much to do and see. I especially like photographing the harbour at night.
I’ve shown you the backside of the crater and the other craters within the National Park. This is the big one everyone goes to see.
Haleakala gets all of the attention but there are other craters in the system as well. They are from left to right Ka Moa o Pele, Pu’u o Maui, Pu’u o Pele, Kamoal’i, Ka Lu’u o Ka O.
Plants are not something I normally photograph but this is an exception. The Silverswords is found only within a 250 acre area on Mount Haleakala, on the island of Maui. It lives 10-50 years and ends it’s life when this stalk grows to 6 feet high and creates hundreds of red flowers. I’ve seen this plant in that state two years ago but have never seen the beginning of that growth as represented in this photo. There are two very small Silverwoods to the left and right that are just starting their cycle.