I took a slight detour/adventure trip last weekend while camping at Curt Gowdy State Park in Wyoming. I drove about 1.5 hrs West of our camp spot to the top of the Snowy Range pass, to go fish a little alpine lake I remember from a day-trip with my wife Katherine back in the fall of 1996 or 1997.
Nestled near the top of the Snowy Range Pass, just west of Laramie Wyoming, sits these lakes and the picture below is of Lake Marie. Wow. What a scene! Fishing was pretty good too, catching Rainbows and Brookies on a Parachute BWO.
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I have been wondering if the Pasque flowers were still in bloom along the foothills so today I was able to get away and go in search of these little beauties. Yes they are still in abundant bloom (at least in my spot) and to my amazement, my daughter Sofia expressed interest in going shooting as well! A Win-Win situation!!
I’m anxious to load up my daughter’s captures from my Sony a6000 to see how she did…. Time to upload that card now….
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Today’s image was made about 2 miles north of my house here in Erie on a cold, snowy day back in early February of this year. I love all the negative space the snow adds/hides in this image. Here too are the before and after shots (or in this case, original and b/w) combined into one animated GIF. Something different, cool or whatever…
Posted in Barns, Fine Art, Landscapes and tagged animated GIF, black and white challenge, red barn by greggl with no comments yet.