This is a very nice close-up of a bull elk. And I did notice that small blossum in it's mouth.
Absolutely perfect shot. No annoying background distractions, perfectly sharp, and conveys a message of terrific potential danger while the animal passively yawns.
Very striking. Great photographer notes also.
Thanks for sharing,
Your POV is creative and fresh. The shadows from the trees and the ripples in the water also make this shot stand out.
Great skillful composition on this one. The shadow cast across the top of the arch gives me a dramatic sense of the source of light. The clouds form perfect contrasting shapes to the open spaces in both arches.
This is a totally new and creative POV on one of the most often photographed places in the west. I quite like it. The varying contrast in texture of the far landscape adds interest. I would guess the lighting could be even more dramatic if shot early or late in the day.
A very creative shot.
Very impressive clarity and sharpness. I really like this one.
This is wonderful. Although Schwabachers landing is one of the most popular locations for landscape photos, and we see it often, it never ceases to amaze me with it's beauty.
I love this shot.
I really enjoy your comments here. Especially about the grizzly.
Dan, This shot makes me want to get up there-something I have wanted to do for a long time.
This is a good photo. I particularly like the workshop posted by aido.
It looks like you could use a graduated neutral density filter here to even out the brightness of the sky and lighten the reflection. Also, a small bit of foreground might increase interest in the frame. A pile of rocks or fallen log might work.
Good job. Keep it up.
This setting in the Tetons is one of the most popular locations to shoot. Although the Tetons are absolutely stunning anytime, this scene would have been unbeatable if you could have shot it at just a few minutes before sunrise. The clouds and the peaks would have reflected some incredibly dazzling colors for you in the pond.