This is the wild female otter that used to live in the river outside @thefallsbath and she’d hang out most nights in the garden. She had a teenage son she’d sometimes be with but was often alone. I shot this image of her remotely with my camera and a 100mm lens on a pan and tilt head which was wired to my computer in the kitchen. To stay @thefallsbath check out it’s IG feed. Taken with the help of the legend that is @hectorskevingtonpostles
This time 13 yrs ago this little lady came into our lives. We bottle fed her - got her strong again after her mum abandoned her and released her into the river in the garden 18 months later. There are still otters living in the river @thefallsbath -check out the feed for offers to stay there.
Probably the hardest photo I’ve ever taken - male sage grouse lekking. It took two weeks last year and three this year. Shot on assignment for @natgeo story on the sage brush eco-system. With @mechanicalphoto - kicking ass on the technical side.
Just found this poor flicker dead. It’s colouring is stunning. Never seen orange like it in another bird.
Incredible skies today in the desert between Big Piney and Boulder, Wyoming. Took the drone for a spin
Big clouds over Big Piney this afternoon
Does anyone in Pinedale, Big Piney, Daniel area know what this is? I assume a mark where someone has lost their life on the road. It certainly has a somber feel to it. Would love to know the history of it. It’s on the road just north of Daniel Junction
Last night I watched Wind River on Netflix. This morning I photographed this sage grouse watching the Wind Rivers - the mountains in the background. It was a beautiful morning.
Sage grouse this morning. Shot on assignment for @natgeo near Pinedale, Wyoming. Time for bed now so I can try again in the morning. Shot with Sony RX100 mk3