Like most of us who travel regularly for our jobs, I only get a few hours in any one place. The last couple of days are no exception. I’ve been in Wyoming since day before yesterday, and of course had to satisfy my picture-a-day project that I’m shooting on the iPhone. My first stop was Yellowstone, which was a left turn out of the Jackson Hole airport, and a couple of hours to Old Faithful and some other wonderful sights. Yesterday I was shooting a job most of the day, so I got up before sunrise, and headed over near Moose, WY for a quick glance at the Grand Tetons. First light is one of the best times to shoot, so I made the most of it!
View of the Grand Tetons, early morning just after sunrise.
During my shoot yesterday, I spotted a young Moose peeking into someone’s window. You never know what you’re going to see, so always have your camera ready. This one was made with my Canon 5D Mark II with a short 70-200mm lens.