I am in the process of setting up an “official” website for my photos, so I am really trying to do better with posting more photos on here. Once the website is up and running, I will post that information as well, in case anyone is interested. It will include an online store where you can purchase my photos if you so desire.
That being said, my wife and I recently got back from a trip to the Philippines just before Christmas. While we were there, we spent a lot of time with my brother and his family, so they took us all over to take in the sights. This was a museum and plantation area called Villa Escudero. I hope you enjoy!
So, first of all, I want to apologize for the lengthy time between posts. Life happens, but I’m hoping to really get back into this now with the weather warming up and such.
As I was going through my photos, I was drawn back to our Yellowstone trip last summer. My brother and I both have the same cameras, so we started messing around with different lenses and different shutter speeds. We worked out (with many trials and errors) shutter speeds to make the water on the waterfalls blend together to look moving, while everything else stood still. This was one of the first I was did and was quite happy with it. Hope you all enjoy it too!!
On our way to Yellowstone, we decided to jump off the main road and take a jaunt through the Wyoming Countryside. I am so glad we did. We found Brooks Lake, and it was amazing. There was still snow on the ground (since it was June and we were in the mountains), the air was crisp and cool, and the water was pretty calm. With the mountains behind the lake, the scenery was absolutely amazing. I had to share this photo, and I hope you all enjoy!
Brooks Lake Wyoming
Yellowstone (for those of you who are not familiar) is absolutely full of wildlife. Mountain Goats, Bison, Elk, Bear, Wolves, Coyotes, and Eagles are just a few of the numerous species that one can see during a trip. While walking through Upper Geyser Basin (the area immediately surrounding the Old Faithful Inn), we saw our only Yellowstone Bluebird. The colors of the bird were amazing, especially in such an area. It lighted on this apparently dying conifer, and the contrast between the orange needles and the hue of the bird had me scrambling for my camera. I was just glad it stayed there long enough for me to get the picture. Hope you all enjoy!
So as you know from a couple of previous posts, my wife and I recently traveled to Yellowstone. I have not had the chance to post much, due to a super busy summer and a recent job change, and am now getting to post more of what I have.
This is called “Crested Pool”. The colors in the water and the area around each of the pools in Yellowstone are created by bacteria, each which survive at different temperatures. This image struck me, as the water was so blue, with the oranges, whites, and browns surrounding the pool. The water is near the boiling point continuously. Anyways, there will be more to come as well. Hope you enjoy!