Late in the summer, I spent a few mornings near Alum Creek in Yellowstone’s Hayden Valley. I was there looking for wolves. Behind these images they are there. Not in sight, as the fog was obscuring, but in sound. Yaps and howls in the distance alone made the morning magical. While I was there, I turned my attention towards what I could see, the birds. Some of the finest mornings of the entire season were found in watching them emerge from the fog as the wolves howled in the distance.
so beautiful…lovely feelings….
Good to know, I want to make photos that help evoke a feeling.
Amazing pictures! I love the second one.
Appreciate that Ronald!
all of them are beautiful, peaceful photos.
Vicki, thanks, as always!
Love the foggy photos. Great work.
Superb ! Fantastic atmosphere ! Bravo !
That first image of geese in flight, is gallery material! Right up there with the boatman…
I can see it, in due time…
Wow absolutely breathtaking Russ!
Superb images. There’s something quite magical about mist (or early morning fog).
There really is, I’ve found myself hoping for fog these days, I really like it!
These are magical, Russ! A stunning series.
So nice to see you again Karen, hope you’re well, thanks!
These are beautiful – and a wonderful inspiration for me. I love the foggy mornings of fall and spring when the air and water temperatures are so different. Now I have another reason to look forward to spring. I so often have seen similar scenes in my Michigan neighborhood but didn’t think they would work. Thanks for helping expand my understanding of what makes for an outstanding image.
Appreciate that Pat, and I hope you get some stellar images the next time the fog rolls through Michigan!
Beautiful photos! Very dreamy 🙂
I love these foggy pictures, while the birds are very clear. Very well done!
Appreciate that, it certainly challenges us!