Back to Winter In Yellowstone once again
I continue to mine my hard drive of images I shot last month in Yellowstone, and alter my editing choices a bit as I spend more time with them, and I think I have found a few more interesting images.
The bison kill at Bijah Springs was wonderful to see, but the boiling mud pot, right next to the carcass, exhaled large clouds of water vapor across the scene intermittently, creating very hazy blurry images, almost impossible to see through. But if the haze wasn't too severe, and one is careful with their image editing settings in Light Room, and uses the De-Haze filter lightly, one can salvage an occasional image, like this wolf approaching the kill.
Canon 7D MK II Tamron 150-600 G2 lens at 600mm ISO 400, 1/1600th sec, f8
This Big Horn is resting in the meadow south of Gardiner
Canon 7D Mk II Tamron 150-600 G2 at 600mm, ISO 500 1/400th , f7.1
And this image of elk, geese, snow covered trees and falling snow, shot with a 1DX Mk II and a Canon 100-400 at 182 mm ISO 400 f5.6 at 1/800th
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