A look at the genuine beauty within
I like the variety in this week’s set.
First is a shot from outside the Eielson Visitor Center in Denali National Park. I missed this on our first stop into the park, so I was determined to check it out on our way out. Evidently, these two massive moose got locked in a battle – literally. Unable to disentangle their antlers, they both died in the grass. A backpacker later found the skeletons and brought them back to the park officials. Now they’re on display for all to see.
This was also my submission for Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness.
Why living my life through a camera thrills me so
This week, I posted a couple from Newcon (so many great moments), the Portland Winter Light Festival, and Arches National Park.
I have so many pictures I’m loving from my trip to Yosemite – I hope you aren’t getting tired of seeing them! This week, I also included a couple of pictures from the Switchfoot and Relient K concert we attended, and I threw in another from Newcon and one from the PDX Winter Light Festival. I didn’t quite get a picture from this week’s post on sunrise at Arches, but I invite you to check out that post here on my blog, as it was a fun adventure.
It’s so hard to pick only 50, but here they are!
How do you name something so extraordinary?
Sometimes we need a self-inflicted learning experience
This week’s double-challenge: transmogrify + flaneur
A comparison between attending and shooting