I'm not much of a Landscape guy but one of my favourite places is Cape Hatteras National SeaShore,NC. Great National Park for Seabirds.I took this August 2007.This is one of the lighthouses that they moved to keep it from being washed away. They filmed the move and it is fascinating how they did it.Moved it about 3000 ft.
This is a tough one. I did not shoot much this year in Glacier, really only went there a few times, even though I live in East Glacier Park - The wildlife shots are easy for me to pick as I got a couple very memorable shots this year. I'll have to get back to you on the landscapes . . .
Maybe these are not the best technically, but they are my most memorable!
And this one for wildlife,
Far from my best, but for 2007 I'll have to select this shot. . .
That lynx is certainly on the top of my list for great, rare opportunities. I know it is not perfect, but it is a pretty darned good shot of something you don't often get to see...making it pretty close to perfect in my book. I would be excited for the opportunity to see it and NOT photograph it.
The morning I showed up at the Tetons there was a tour group there, the light just was not looking good, the leader said its just not gonna happen and they left, when they got loaded I heard him proclaim "and then there was one" meaning just me left. I gave him a thumbs up wave and they drove off, about ten minutes went by and I took this shot, then the group drove back by I saw the brake light come on, but it was to late.
Quote: I am astonished...I have nothing to add....Havent been to ANY national parks this year.
But GREAT WORK everyone else.
Next year I will be able to. I am heading to Yosemite in Feb for "Fire Fall". My wife asked for that outing as one of her christmas presents.
What an awesome wife I have...
I'm in the same boat, Roman. I can't believe it but I haven't been to one national park this year. Lots of state parks, preserves, sanctuaries and just plain wild lands, but no national parks. This will change next year. My wife and I are headed to Death Valley, Petrified Forest, Canyon de Chelly and Chaco Canyon this spring. I'd love to get back to Yosemite. It's been way too long since I've been there. In my rock climbing days when I lived in the Bay Area I used to go every weekend. I think it's been about 10 years since I was there last. That was still in my film days so all I have is alot of slides. I've got to get back there and get some digital images.
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