This is #6 of my Yellowstone series. The photograph is of a mountain at the far end of the Jackson Lake Dam Reservoir. Despite the wind, it was fun to stand there and watch the interplay of sun and clouds and how they impacted this mountain in distance. Perhaps the first time I truly appreciated … Continue reading Tetons in a cloud
This is #5 of my Yellowstone series. This photo came towards the end of a long day, and as the light got softer, and the sun started to hide behind the mountains, we stopped and watched a group of swans and ducks do their thing. And then this solo swan against the backdrop of dark … Continue reading Swan Lake
Yellowstone National Park is one of the most photographed landscapes and for me, I needed to find a view into this unique world that was visible to the eye of my mind. Abstract, and yet so real. This is #4 of my Yellowstone series.
Grand Tetons, 2018: A few days back I visited Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons National Parks and made some photographs with my dear friend Chris Michel and Jake Davis. We quite enjoyed the magnificent scenery and looking at the magnificent scenery and occasionally we came across some animals. I have spent past few days sorting … Continue reading 30 days of Yellowstone (photos)