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The Bobcat of Seven Mile Bridge takes a break wheel hunting along the Madison River in Yellowstone Nationa Park.

2014 Yellowstone Winter Photo Tours Slideshow

Our 2014 Winter in Yellowstone Photo Tours slideshow is ready. Writing this from Japan as we get ready to explore this beautiful country with our two Invitational Photo Tour groups. You can read more about what we’ll be seeing and taking photos of on our Photo Tours web page. Before…

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Sunset over the Madison river, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.

Yellowstone Photo Tour 2014 – Our First Day

Here’s a gallery of images from our first day of our Yellowstone Winter 2014 Invitational Photo Tour. The day started off and remainded very snowy. It was fabulous for moody images of the bison, the eagles, and some of the landscapes. The day ended with one of the most spectacular…

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Click on the image above to be taken to the official Apple web site for live streaming of the Apple event.

Apple’s Big Event Happening Today – Aperture 4 or Aperture X?

Ok, I’m going out on a limb here and predicting we’re going to finally at least hear about what Apple plans for what may be called Aperture 4 or Aperture X. It’s been a long, long time since a major upgrade to Aperture and based on upgrades of other Apple…

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Photographer Daniel Cox, Nikon Rep Rose Whitaker and Marshal Lewis of Bozeman Camera at the Bozeman Camera Photo Expo in Bozeman, Montana.

Bozeman Camera’s 2nd Annual Photo Expo

Marshall Lewis and the crew from Bozeman Camera & Repair held their second annual Photo Expo in Bozeman, Montana this past weekend. It was a free day of inspirational photography by well known photographers and reps from the photo industry, including fellow photographer and friend Darrel Gulin, Nikon Rep Rose…

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Robert Taylor had some of the most stunning great owl images ever captured.

Good Friend & Fellow Photographer Takes His Cameras to The Other Side

Robert Taylor, a good friend and ¬†well respected photographer, naturalist and artist lost his battle with cancer last Thursday. Robert was a great guy. I spent many days viewing and photographing polar bears with him at Cape Churchill. Robert came down with cancer a couple of years ago and he…

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