This is part three of a three part article on Glacier National Park, part of our series of articles on Glacier National Park in Montana. There are also some pretty boring comments of how professional landscape photographer deal with high contrast scenes. If this doesn’t interest you, by all means skip this part of the…… Continue reading Visiting Glacier National Park, Part 3
This is the second article in a series of three articles about Glacier National Park. Here is the first article if you want to read that one first. The first article ended with a description of the trail of the Cedars and the Avalanche Creek Gorge. In this article I continue moving East, along Going to…… Continue reading Visiting Glacier National Park, Part 2
Probably the best bike trail in the Albuquerque area is the River Trail which runs for about 20 miles in what the locals call the Bosque along the Rio Grande River. The Bosque is a band of cottonwoods, elms, willows, Russian Olive, native grasses and lots of other native southwest vegetation that follows the Rio…… Continue reading Biking in Albuquerque 1: The River Trail
Glacier National Park in Northwestern Montana has long been one of my favorite spots in the world; I would probably rate it as my number three favorite spot right after the Tetons and the Wind River Mountains in Wyoming. This is the first of three articles on Glacier National Park. Like the Tetons, I first…… Continue reading Visiting Glacier National Park, 1
One of my favorite places to bike is Teton National Park in Wyoming. This is partly because the Tetons have always been one of my favorite places in the world. And this is probably because I grew up in Casper, Wyoming not too far from the Tetons and as a kid I always spent at least…… Continue reading Biking in the Tetons
Here are my favorite Images of the Tetons and also where to go for the best Teton pictures and the best times to take them. These are the places where, over the last forty years, I have taken my best Teton pictures. Some of the places have changed a bit, but they are all still…… Continue reading Some of my favorite pictures of the Tetons.