Category Archive: Photography

Photo 101 – Moment & Motion

Bicycling is a big part of my life and I happened to be visiting Bozeman, Montana this week catching the inaugural women’s bike ride called Babes Bikeabout. A couple hundred women and girls… Continue reading

Photo 101 – Landscape

I almost feel like I’m cheating on this assignment since I’m currently touring National Parks.   This was taken within Grand Teton National Park on the trail that circles Jenny Lake.    

Photo 101 – Architecture

A trip to former eastern bloc countries provided endless opportunities to capture intricate details such as this church entrance in Budapest.   I cropped tightly on a corner piece that flowed into geometric… Continue reading

Photo 101 – Pop of Color

Here’s my pop of red! I developed a fascination with pelicans while living near the beach in Los Angeles and adding on top of that my love for all things British I found… Continue reading

Photo 101 – Warmth & Light

Dusk and dawn seem endless here.   The sun sets behind the surrounding mountain ranges but continues to reflect off the sky on Yellowstone Lake.  

Photo 101 – Connect

This walk bridge is one way of interpreting the Connect theme.   But I also find that the National Parks connect the public to nature and to each other. Summer season is particularly… Continue reading

Photo 101 – Mystery

The angle and focal point of this picture make the scene even more mysterious and harder to identify. Mammoth Hot Springs within Yellowstone National Park is a place of endless natural mysteries with… Continue reading

Photo 101 – Natural World & Leading Lines

The star burst pattern within this flower has a dynamic feel even though it is a very small bloom.     Yellowstone National Park is full of wildflowers during the month of June.… Continue reading

Photo 101 – Big

The grandeur of the Bryce Canyon hoodoos are difficult to truly capture in a photo.   This is a shot along the Fairyland Trail which has fewer hikers then the most popular trails… Continue reading

Photo 101- Solitude

Do we really have solitude anymore?       This photo has a foreboding feel compared to this original shot taken just a few seconds earlier that had some hot spots.    … Continue reading