Always hard to say goodbye to summer, but it is what it is. Winter is in the air! A few weeks ago six inches of snow fell in Laramie but it melted quickly; now we’re preparing for the real thing — the first lasting snow tends to fall on Halloween, which is only two days away. As noted in the last blog we had a busy summer. Since then Susan returned to work — she accepted a nice position with the Wyoming Community Foundation https://www.wycf.org/. And I continue to catalog photos — I took over 10,000 photos this summer and each must be cataloged 😦
Beginning in a few weeks Artisans’ Gallery will display some of my recent “In and Around Yellowstone” photos. They’ll be in the gallery through the holidays so if you’re in town drop by (http://www.artisansgallery.net). (Some of the photos are presented below.) It seems the gallery may also display some of my Snowy Range photos.
And, sort of for the holidays, I’ve designed a few “collage” greeting cards and posters that are now available for purchase: 5×7 greeting cards for $3.00 (2 for $5.00) and 18×24 posters for $40.00 … can also mail for a slight additional cost … great gifts for the holidays … contact me … always nice to hear from you anyway! (The collage photos are also presented below.)
Pet Photography photos also available – another great holiday gift … feeling like a real huckster these days.
Black Pool, West Thumb Geyser Basin – Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Tower Fall – Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Moose – Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Upper Mesa Falls – Mesa Falls State Park, Idaho
Bison, Hayden Valley – Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Porcelain Basin, Norris Geyser Basin – Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Medicine Bow Peak from Brown’s Peak – Snowy Range, Wyoming
Bison and calf – Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Trumpeter swans – Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Grizzly bear and cubs – Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
I love the photos. The little boy feeding a café, is that Jimmy?