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Update: This image was selected as one of the 2010 Nature Conservancy photo finalists. It didn't win, but I hear it will be in the calendar which is nice. Thanks for all your kind comments. Press L to see it large. A little background: 3 Bison walking through the steam across the amazingly colorful ...
In Yellowstone National Park. Rolleicord Va with Xenar 75mm f/3.5 lens on expired (early 2006) Fuji Provia. The colors aren't quite as saturated as my shots with 35mm Fuji Velvia 100F of the same scene. (I rescanned and cropped it a little bit, I think it now looks more balanced)
Three Amigos art print by Steve Hinch. Our prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
This old bull was mammoth! Probably the largest bison we saw on our entire stay in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks last July (2009). He was also the most aggressive by far. This was right next to the road (only needed about 70mm in focal length)... I hopped out of the car really quick, fi...
Help Save the American Bison | World Wildlife Fund ; Help Save the American Bison BisonThomas Szajner Today the largest remaining wild herd of American bison consists of only about 4,500 individuals. Several Native American tribes are working with WWF to help restore bison to native lands.
These two were part of a very large herd that were walking up a two lane road, stopping traffic in both directions, which is a frequent occurance. The line of traffic behind the heard streached for almost a mile. Yellowstone National Park, May 2010.