Category Archives: Landscape

A case for chimping…

It was a beautiful day. We were in Yellowstone Park – specifically Yellowstone Canyon. There were hundreds of people on the lookout at the east end of the canyon and we had a great view of the Lower Falls. I had to wait nearly a half an hour to get an unobstructed space at the […]

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People in landscapes?

I learned a lesson a few weeks ago. The Bride and I wanted to photograph a pretty waterfall up in the mountains near where we live. The waterfall is unique — water rushes from between massive rock outcroppings at the upper end of a wooded valley. We knew the area would likely be crowded because […]

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On being a “place detective”…

Did you ever notice that some photographers seem to find those unique, less known but remarkable landscapes?  Here’s a confession:  I didn’t “discover” the idyllic little scene you see below.  A few other people had made photos here and left sufficient information for me to track it down. I think that there are two steps […]

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