I was super excited for this trip, first one with my 7D II and Tamron 150-600 :D. Since only commercial tours are allowed in the winter, I figured I’d go all out and do a photo workshop with an area photographer. It really was a great time going in with other people learning and enjoying photography.
On Feb 18, Yellowstone announced that they are going to start plowing between West Yellowstone and Old Faithful due to poor snow conditions. This changed our plans slightly, and actually for the better.
Continue reading Yellowstone Feb 19 – 20: Snowcoach and Bombardier Tour
It’s pretty frequent to come up over Teton Pass from Idaho in the morning and see Jackson covered in a layer of low clouds. Usually it’s just some fog burning off, but sometimes it’s an inversion.
Continue reading Jackson Hole Inversion
I am not night photography’s biggest fan. Getting up in the middle of the night, out of my warm bed, meh. However, a lunar eclipse seemed like a good enough excuse to lose some sleep.
Continue reading Planning for a Lunar Eclipse