Moose in Wyoming
We have been pretty busy this past week. Al got here on Wednesday, and we set up his booth at the Western Design Conference that afternoon. We got done and back home around 5pm, and he just passed out. Poor tired hubby. He did this show alone, people want to talk to the builder, not the wife. It was pretty good, and there is the potential for more work in the future. So he’s excited about that.
Me, I have been photographing the moose in Wyoming.
I love the shadow from his antler in this shot.
Thrashing the bushes can sometimes lead to extra adornment in the antlers.
There is a new smaller bull on the scene this year. We are calling him Firecracker, because he is short tempered, and not afraid of people. When I first saw him he was shedding his velvet. Bright, bright red. More than I’ve seen on any other bull.
The next day he was seriously wound up. He would thrash the bushes, and was hopping and jumping all over.
Time to chill out, and get a drink in the river.
I love this shot. The water on his leg is great.
This gives you an idea of the depth of the water in this spot.
It’s been smoky here too, but the other day it finally cleared up. I got this shot of the top of the Grand Teton with alpen glow on it. So pretty.
I have added some of these images to my Mary Hone Photography site, so if you see something you love, check that out. I will be adding more everyday too.
I hope everyone in the path of fires, and hurricanes stays safe, and from harms way. Enjoy your Monday.