Why start the album here? Why did we stop here first? Why did anyone build these? Why didn't they finish building them? Eh, who knows...
Just warming up the neutral density filter.
Fun to photograph, AND delicious, which is more than can be said for the mountains.
The facial expressions say it all.
The hardest part about getting this picture was finding a time when this place wasn't swarming with bison.
So very, very tasty.
It's a long way to the top, when you... walk... to the bottom.
Right? Definitely not, I'll just keep shooting from here.
But it definitely isn't going to make all the effort to climb the bank I'm on. No way.
Okay, well shit I guess. Let's um, like get the hell out of here or something. Now.
Looks like somebody didn't do too well in the "colors" section of gradeschool.
That definitely is a lake.
Man that's some dynamic range.
No, really, it's a geology term. Anyway I was just too lazy to adjust my camera settings after working on the river shots, so I left it for a long exposure, and was pleasantly surprised by the result.
That's how many mosquitoes bit me while I took this shot. I did, however, inflict heavy casualties on their ranks.
Had been trying to get anywhere near these guys the whole vacation; finally saw them on my way out of the park.
Ugh, more dynamic range, so... good.... Thanks Nikon ;)
Apparently they glow under UV. It was pretty neat.
Though technically, this is at the Boise train depot in Boise, ID. With my last cup of Dutch Bros. for the trip. Right after an awesome Boston concert.