Wednesday, July 29, 2009

1/60 - f7.1 - ISO 200 - 105mm

Monday, July 27, 2009

Fine Dining Just Under 10k'

We took the ladies to dinner to the Needles Lodge which is nestled just below De Moisy Peak at Snowbasin. The food was good but the views were spectacular. The wild flowers were in full bloom. We couldn't seem to find a name for the color of blue in the flower below that would serve justice for it's beauty. What a fun night to spend time with the wifey and friends. Just a side note for future reference... Earlier that day we found out that d300's don't float :)

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Making a Splash

SAWEET! I feel like I've been born again. I gave up waterskiing and focused on wakeboarding after my mission because I didn't see a point in going back and forth, back and forth... only to get sore. All's you have to do is add some floating buoy's and it actually means something! Amazing!
As per Lynette's request... D90, ISO 200, WB Cloudy, F8, 1/1600, 70-200mm 2.8

D90, ISO 400, WB Flash! (for blue tones:)), f 3.2, 1/1600 - 70-200mm 2.8

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Should a Been a Cowboy

I mean seriously, I should have been a cowboy - don't know what I was thinking. These are 2 of my favorites from the rodeo. Hmmm 2 out of about 400 not bad

A New World of Macro...

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Wildlife Weekend

It was interesting watching this woodpecker. He would peck at this tree and take what he found home to his babies. Not sure if it was bugs, sap or bark. I never saw the babies, but I sure heard them.

We ran into this billy near the cliffs at Lightning Ridge. We were actually spotting another goat when we heard some rocks rolling around. We peaked our heads over the edge and found this guy in a perfect pose for us. Truely amazing animals.

My 3 year old Max actually found this deer and I was able to put the sneek on and get 20 yrds away. You would have thought I was in Yellowstone. I forgot to change ISO from the night before so it's a lot higher than it should have been but I still like the lighting and catch light in her eye.