Spirit of the Caldera - The Call
Spirit of the Caldera - The Call
Spirit of the Caldera - Fumarole
Spirit of the Caldera - Fumarole
Spirit of the Caldera - Sunbeams
Spirit of the Caldera - Sunbeams
Spirit of the Caldera - Antiquity
Spirit of the Caldera - Antiquity
Spirit of the Caldera - Branching
Spirit of the Caldera - Branching
Spirit of the Caldera - Fairytale
Spirit of the Caldera - Fairytale
Spirit of the Caldera - Symmetry
Spirit of the Caldera - Symmetry
Spirit of the Caldera - Antlers Right
Spirit of the Caldera - Antlers Right
Spirit of the Caldera - Antlers Left
Spirit of the Caldera - Antlers Left
Spirit of the Caldera - The Call
Spirit of the Caldera - The CallAt the end of a cold day, a bull elk rests next to the warm steam of the fumaroles at the West Thumb Geyser Basin of the Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. I followed the elk for about an hour, careful to keep him against the setting sun, and with the steaming fumaroles behind him, until he finally went to rest. I used no filters, instead, I let the sun hit straight into the lens by removing my lens hood, and by shooting through pine needles that flared and streaked golden light into the camera, creating colorful bokeh effects.
Spirit of the Caldera - Fumarole
Spirit of the Caldera - FumaroleAt the end of a cold day, a bull elk rests next to the warm steam of the fumaroles at the West Thumb Geyser Basin of the Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. I followed the elk for about an hour, careful to keep him against the setting sun, and with the steaming fumaroles behind him, until he finally went to rest. I used no filters, instead, I let the sun hit straight into the lens by removing my lens hood, and by shooting through pine needles that flared and streaked golden light into the camera, creating colorful bokeh effects.
Spirit of the Caldera - Sunbeams
Spirit of the Caldera - SunbeamsAt the end of a cold day, a bull elk rests next to the warm steam of the fumaroles at the West Thumb Geyser Basin of the Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. I followed the elk for about an hour, careful to keep him against the setting sun, and with the steaming fumaroles behind him, until he finally went to rest. I used no filters, instead, I let the sun hit straight into the lens by removing my lens hood, and by shooting through pine needles that flared and streaked golden light into the camera, creating colorful bokeh effects.
Spirit of the Caldera - Antiquity
Spirit of the Caldera - AntiquityI followed the elk for about an hour, careful to keep him against the setting sun, and with the steaming fumaroles behind him, until he finally went to rest. I used no filters, instead, I let the sun hit straight into the lens by removing my lens hood, and by shooting through pine needles that flared and streaked golden light into the camera, creating colorful bokeh effects.
Spirit of the Caldera - Branching
Spirit of the Caldera - BranchingAt the end of a cold day, a bull elk rests next to the warm steam of the fumaroles at the West Thumb Geyser Basin of the Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. I followed the elk for about an hour, careful to keep him against the setting sun, and with the steaming fumaroles behind him, until he finally went to rest. I used no filters, instead, I let the sun hit straight into the lens by removing my lens hood, and by shooting through pine needles that flared and streaked golden light into the camera, creating colorful bokeh effects.
Spirit of the Caldera - Fairytale
Spirit of the Caldera - FairytaleAt the end of a cold day, a bull elk rests next to the warm steam of the fumaroles at the West Thumb Geyser Basin of the Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. I followed the elk for about an hour, careful to keep him against the setting sun, and with the steaming fumaroles behind him, until he finally went to rest. I used no filters, instead, I removed my lens hood and held my lens close enough to touch the pine needles in front of me, causing a natural green/brown vignette and soft focus.
Spirit of the Caldera - Symmetry
Spirit of the Caldera - SymmetryAt the end of a cold day, a bull elk rests next to the warm steam of the fumaroles at the West Thumb Geyser Basin of the Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. I followed the elk for about an hour, careful to keep him against the setting sun, and with the steaming fumaroles behind him, until he finally went to rest. I used no filters, instead, I let the sun hit straight into the lens by removing my lens hood, and by shooting through pine needles that flared and streaked golden light into the camera, creating colorful bokeh effects.
Spirit of the Caldera - Antlers Right
Spirit of the Caldera - Antlers RightBull elk grazes next to the warm steam of the fumaroles at the West Thumb Geyser Basin of the Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. I followed the elk for about an hour, careful to keep him against the setting sun, and with the steaming fumaroles behind him, until he finally went to rest. I used no filters, instead, I let the sun hit straight into the lens by removing my lens hood, and by shooting through pine needles that flared and streaked golden light into the camera, creating colorful bokeh effects.
Spirit of the Caldera - Antlers Left
Spirit of the Caldera - Antlers LeftBull elk grazes next to the warm steam of the fumaroles at the West Thumb Geyser Basin of the Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. I followed the elk for about an hour, careful to keep him against the setting sun, and with the steaming fumaroles behind him, until he finally went to rest. I used no filters, instead, I let the sun hit straight into the lens by removing my lens hood, and by shooting through pine needles that flared and streaked golden light into the camera, creating colorful bokeh effects.
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