I like to pick (with the help of friends) my favorite shots of the year just ended. As Ansel Adams once said:
Twelve significant photographs in any one year is a good crop.
That was back in the days of film, but I still feel that twelve is a good number.
This year animals were featured often in my photographs. I visited Yellowstone National Park in June - the park is always a target rich environment for photography. Closer to home, I was even able to capture some coyotes wandering in the open space behind my house in Westminster, Colorado.
Enjoy! And feel free to leave comments! Prints are available for these photographs via links to the web site (see links below most photographs).
Coyote in Big Dry Creek Open Space
Pelican Creek, Yellowstone National Park
Moose in the Indian Peaks
Grizzly Bear near Grand Teton National Park
Young Marmots in Grand Teton National Park
Wandering Coyote, Big Dry Creek Open Space, Westminster, Colorado
Rainbow over Wonder Valley
Mount Moran from Oxbow Bend
Blue Lake in the Indian Peaks
Madras Maiden B-17G