I was reminded last night how much you can want something to happen, but the elements are always out of your control. However, if you have patience and keep an open mind, something amazing that you didn’t expect will reveal itself.
Who would pay to drive on this road? 💰 ================================
I know I would! Especially since you have to since it’s in the National Park! 😉
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Happy Father’s Day to one awesome dad. He is always there to support the boys, coach soccer, lead Boy Scouts, have a nerf gun battle, lead us on adventures and make the best pancakes. The boys think he is Superman and I love that. 👔
I like to make this day about Darren but it is a very hard day for me. I miss my dad almost everyday but this is just one of those days where it is a little more. I like to think of all of the fathers days where I gave him a chocolate tie because he was a chocoholic.🍫 Happy Father’s day to all the dads out there. Make everyday count.
Kissing my fur baby at Grand Tetons! Best traveling partner EVER!
I saw some amazing critters and attempted to capture them in-between my landscape shots. 1) bison, not buffalo 2) ♀️moose in the willows 3) ♀️moose with an older calf 4) ♀️elk 5) ID bird 6) ♂️ pronghorn, second fastest land animal. This was my first go at wildlife photos and it was very challenging. -
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Can one get tired of #399 photos? 🤷🏻♀️ Something tells me no...not likely. #mommabear
Milky Way, meteor, and airglow in a single frame — this will probably be the final night sky shot I share from my trip to Wyoming. I just arrived in Florida and I look forward to getting back to shooting the extreme weather that the Space Coast decided to conjure up while I was out of the state. Although the trip to Wyoming was simply spectacular. And so is the D850. Wow. LOL — Nikon D850, Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8 — 15”, f/2.8, ISO 6400
Sunrise serenity — Schwabacher’s Landing, Grand Teton National Park. Here’s another frame from Tuesday‘s crystal clear sunrise at one of Grand Teton National Park’s most iconic viewpoints. Nikon D850, Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8 VR lens — 1/4”, f/18, ISO 64, 27mm (Also L-brackets are the best invention since sliced bread. That’s all.)
Our Milky Way galaxy stretches high over Grand Teton National Park yesterday morning. The colorful green and red bands along the image are from airglow, which results from radiation in the Earth’s upper atmosphere. This image is a vertical panorama comprised of six horizontal frames (at 24mm, Nikon D850, full frame) with my tripod pointing slightly higher up between each image. When shooting night sky imagery, I lean towards utilizing slightly zoomed in frames to create higher-res panoramas that end up looking cleaner. By “zooming in” on different portions of the sky, and stitching those frames into one larger shot, instead of shooting one ultrawide frame, the end result — in a way — “zooms out” of the noise introduced when shooting at a high ISO. Look back at my recent Milky Way image, which was taken during astronomical twilight, and you can see the difference it makes when shooting when full nighttime is still present. The skies at Grand Teton are the darkest I’ve ever seen; the Milky Way can be seen with amazing clarity and detail. The skies were so amazing that I just think I’ll have to head back out tomorrow. Six frames shot with my Nikon D850 and Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8 lens: 24mm, 15”, f/2.8, ISO 12,800, merged via Lightroom’s panorama stitching feature.
"If you have followed me long enough you probably realize I really have a thing for getting way off the beaten path and finding my own unique perspectives whenever possible, just because it’s fun. But there is something to be said for some of the classic spots like this view of the Snake River Overlook made famous by Ansel Adams. No one will ever shoot it in the same way but it’s definitely fun to step back into history and try to create your own version." Well said @brianjohnsadventure Follow @barefootkings for travel and adventure inspiration.
I couldn’t ask for a more beautiful place to almost get run over by a bus. 🌲
What a beautiful site! The Tetons as seen in Driggs Idaho.