Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park Alberta | Buffalo Jump. Good afternoon everybody, what do you think about when you see beautiful fields that simply lets the imagination run in different directions ?
It is good to look back over older photos with a fresh eye from time to time. I posted the original version of this image just over a year ago, and at the time I did like it. Looking back on it now though, the colour temperature was way too blue, so I decided to reprocess the image to go for a more natural look. I hope you like it. Aurora Australis from "The Hump", Mt Buffalo National Park, Australia. 29/06/2013 Capturing The Night- Photography by Greg Gibbs
Beebower Productions www.beebower.com One cold winter morning Hugh went on a buffalo photo hunt at Vermejo Park Ranch in Colorado. Hugh drove a truck about 50 feet from the buffalo. He quickly attached a strobe, powered by a generator in the truck, to the outside of the truck. He waited a few minutes until the sun began to rise behind the buffalo and captured this image. It’s a good thing Hugh worked quickly because this guy wasn’t too happy with the interruption to his breakfast.
Top 5 destinations for photography (LonelyPlanet) - 2. Yellowstone National Park, USA - Yellowstone is a mix of geological wonders like geysers, steam vents, hot springs, rivers, waterfalls, sweeping vistas as well as wildlife (including elk and grizzly bear). The Midway Geyser is a must-visit location. Spread over two million acres, nature photographers can spend weeks here and still return for more. Avoid tourist season in summer. Good time to visit: May and late September – October