We just returned from a ski vacation in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. From the airplane’s initial descent, we could see that it was a gorgeous spot. A large valley, where the town of Jackson is located, is surrounded by the incredible Teton mountains. The snow covered ground with the deep blue skies and snow capped mountains, was truly a sight to see. These shots were taken with my iPhone from the ski slopes, where the views were amazing!!
These shots of Bighorn Sheep are from our recent trip to Wyoming. We loved seeing these beautiful animals up close and watching them interact. These two individuals walked up to each other, stared each other down, then locked horns. After which they stood next to each other licking the dirt. So cool!!
A couple more photographs of the snowy beaches around town. Pretty I guess for the winter, but I really love summer! Brrr.
This morning I headed to the beach to visit my favorite place that is now covered in snow. The sky and light were beautiful. The walking was a little challenging, but worth it! It is still my favorite place to go!
Below are a a few shots of the gorgeous sunset from Aruba, where we were a few days ago. Nothing like the current state in the northeast! A few of these are ‘regular’ sots and a few are with camera movement. There’s nothing like being on a beach and shooting a sunrise or sunset for me! Perhaps I’ll venture out in the snowstorm and take a peek at the beach later today… we’ll see!!
The weather was freezing but the sunset was beautiful the other night at our local beach. There was icy foam at the water’s edge which reflected the warm colors of the sun low in the sky. I could watch the sun set at the beach every evening and never get tired of it!
A few shots from this beautiful, sunny, icy winter day! 🙂
I just had to post some pictures of the beautiful snowfall this morning. I know I’ll be really sick of snowy pictures before long, but since this is our first real snowfall, I felt the urge to take some pictures of the trees in my yard.
Yesterday I had a photography job down near the beach. As I was leaving I saw the sun setting and rushed over to try an capture an image. The sun goes down so quickly once it’s near the horizon line and I knew I really did have to speed to try and get there. The sun was very low by the time I arrived; however, the low position of the sun wasn’t my main issue, the temperature was! My car thermometer said 19° but with the wind, it was much colder than that. As I stood on the beach, my face and ears were absolutely frozen! (I didn’t even turn my car off so I could quickly jump back into the warmth.) I could only bear a minute or so out there photographing. For me, once I’m shooting, I will usually just stick it out whatever the weather. Not yesterday, though! I did get a few pretty shots, but normally I would have stayed long after the sun went down. There was no way that was happening though, what a bite that wind had! We have been spoiled with this mild winter, I suppose – welcome to January in New England.