This is the final collection of images from Yellowstone. The photos are a quite random collection of images that did not fit into ready themes and are edited in both tone and color to create a “cross-processing” effect at times, like was used in the film days. I hope you enjoy them. Finally, I’ll be over my bloglag.
Flowers on thermal soils
A Native American wickiup ring found in the backcountry
Burned trees near Mt Washburn
A view of the Beartooth Mountain Range
Egg found on trail
Trees at sunrise
Indian Paintbrush, Beartooth Range
After the Berry Fire
Mama bug with her babies
A gaggle of geese
Moose, Scaup Lake
Lewis Lake detail
Elk, Madison River
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Great series, Russ. I find the standing trees the most haunting, such stillness their images invoke.
Hey Eliza, trees are really wonderful, and thanks!
These are all so wonderful Russ! I have really enjoyed all of your photos from Yellowstone!
Thanks Nicole, now I can’t wait to share Central Florida!
Wow Wow Wow what sensational photography as always Russ… if your ever in the Uk let me know as I could learn a lot from you
Your blog is probably the best place to start a Monday morning! Thanks bro!
Thanks man, I appreciate that!
Your photos are always do beautiful and serene, it’s lovely that you share them, hence I have nominated you for the blog recognition award (which I’m sure you’ve done before, but you totally deserve it again)! https://littlemissaspie.wordpress.com/2017/02/06/award-me
Thanks Sasha, I appreciate that!