Over Labor Day weekend, I went with a group of friends to climb limestone pockets in Wild Iris, Wyoming. It was great fun…and I didn’t take any photos of climbing. But I did shoot the Landscapes leading to and surrounding the climbing area. Needless to say, it was beautiful!
The sunset outside of Frederick, CO was pretty awesome
I took this with a $30 lens. I’m continually impressed by the Fotasy 35mm f1.7. (If you have a sony, you should probably buy it)
These two were also shot with the Fotasy 35mm F1.7. This was our campsite in Wild Iris, with the Wind River Range in the background.
Danielle not modeling, just doing Danielle things.
Danielle and Tyler had the better tent spot for photos. My tent had a more treed backdrop.
That night had one of the brightest Milky Ways I’ve ever seen. And there were some meteors that night too. Much better show than during the “climax” of the Perseid Meteor Shower.
I found another solo tree that I love.
Can you guess what this canyon is called? It’s Red Canyon. Because it’s red.