Sunrise and Sunset: The Best Kind of Estes Park Tour

A few days ago I took out Jason and Billie Jo Dorris for sunrise and sunset over two half day tours. The evening was a good learning time for them but like usual the morning was  just wonderful.

We shot Moraine Park with some good sunrise light and the mid morning light was great on Longs. Here’s a shot Jason took. Click for more info on Photo Safaris and other Estes Park Tours.

Longs Peak Morning, Photo Safari, Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park, Colorado

Early Summer Flowers, Photo Safari with Patty Leek

Yesterday I took out Patty Leek, her husband Len, and their two friends. This was the 4th trip I took Patty on, but the first using my camera gear. Prior it had been all point and shoot training. She said they wanted to see sheep, so right away I took them to see a small flock of 8 Big Horn Sheep Rams. They were very far off, over a quarter mile, but we did get some shots documenting them. The best shots came later as we focused on some Macro photography and flowers. For more information on Photo Safaris or other tours Yellow Wood Guiding offers visit the Yellow Wood Guiding website.

Here is Patty’s Shot of a Hooker’s Easter Daisy. In real life its about the size of a quarter.

Easter Daisy, Yellow Wood Guiding, Macro Photography, Photo Safari Workshop, Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park, Colorado

Good Day Out Before the Storm

Today I had a great tour with Marty and Jeanne, owners at the Rams Horn Village time share. We saw Big Horn Sheep, Elk, and Mule Deer, but the highlight of the trip was in one spot in moraine park we found Jeanne two life birds, Red Crossbills and Pine Grosbeaks, and Marty had a great encounter with a very cooperative Abert’s Squirrel. So much so I had time to grab my camera and take this shot. For more information on Yellow Wood Guiding Tours and Photos visit: YWGuiding.com

Aberts Squirrel, Wildlife Photography, Photo Workshop, Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park, Colorado, Estes Park Tours

Big Rams

Its rather rare to find the big rams in Rocky Mountain National Park at a close distance to photograph. Yesterday however the big guys were along the hillside and were really putting on a show for guests. My clients Nancy and Frank got some great shots both with their camera and mine. Below is an image of one of the larger rams up on the rocks from my Nikon 200-400 lens. For more information on Big Horn Sheep or to book a tour visit www.YWGuiding.com

Big Horn Sheep, Ram, Photo Workshop, Wildlife Photography, Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park, Colorado