2018 was a great year for me in photography.
I moved back to Lake City, Colorado, and opened a gallery for my photography during the summer. Despite that, I got out a lot; and I took some of my favorite images this year. From the Sandhill Crane Migration, to Yellowstone in the Spring and then onto the San Juan Mountains of Southwest Colorado for the remainder, it was a year filled with nature! You can see a few of my favorite photos below, but if you would like to see them all, then click here.
I have to start out with quite possibly my favorite photo I've ever taken from a perfect sunset with four Moose friends this September.
A valley of Aspens near Lake City, Colorado.
Wilson Peak near Telluride, Colorado.
Lupines on Slumgullion Pass, Colorado
Rainbow over Lake City, Colorado.
Moon over American Basin
Prints available here
Nellie Creek Falls through a window of Fall colors.
A Bull Moose with the La Garita Mountains at sunset.
An aerial view of Lake City, Colorado, in the summer. A print of which was donated to the Hinsdale County Museum.
First steps of a Baby Bison at Beryl Springs.
Hundreds of thousands of Sandhill Cranes migrate through Nebraska every spring, here are a few hundred in a thunderstorm near Gibbon.
A coyote portrait in Yellowstone.
Twin Grizzly Bear cubs following their mom through the forests of Yellowstone.
A Mountain Bluebird.
Frozen North Clear Creek Falls.
Curious what my favorite photos where last year or the year before?
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