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Friday September 21st 2012 we will once againt set out for Yellowstone Natiional Park, Wyoming. Ready or not here we (Scott Denny, Tim Denny, and Jeff Weymier) come.
We are excited, eager, and ready for our second annual Wildlife photo shoot in this great park.
In 2011 the wilds of Yellowstone produced some great photos for each of us, we are planning to match that and hopefully more.
This year it is in our plans to strongly focus on Moose in the Grand Teton Area as well as Elk. We also hope to encounter the Grizzly, as well as the wolf.
Spending 5 days searching for wildlife in the park is a super great experience, and one to be long remembered.
It’s a time of getting out in the early / brisk morning air not long after day break spending the day scouting for these massive animals. With cameras at the ready we spend the entire day capturing photos, breaking for a sandwich at lunch, sharing stories, continuing our photo shoot then finally returning to our cabin in the late evening. It’s a tiring day, but a wonderful experience for all.
As the oldest member of this trio and father of Scott Denny I am most appreciative to both of them for allowing me to be part of this adventure. A time not too many fathers get to spend with their son and his friend.
Last year we had our cabin in Cooke City, this year we have a cabin rented in West Yellowstone.
Thanks to Jeff Wemier for searching out other attractions we will also be visiting the “Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center” in West Yellowstone. This should promise be another great time spent photographiing wildlife in captivity.
No doubt this year will be another super great trip together.
We have our guns loaded and ready for a shoot out, I mean our Canons (cameras) are loaded and ready.
Last year we did discuss putting together a Wildlife book of our photo works. Hopefully this year we can bring the results of both years together in such a book.
This is a bit of a long write up, but
I want to say thanks guys for including this dear ole dad as part of this photo adventure.
I am deeply honored.
All photo copyrights to any photos I take belong to my Heavenly Father. Thank you Father God for instilling within me the ability and desire to capture in digitized form the beauty of Your Wilderness be it animal or landscape.
All Honor and Glory to Him who lives forever and ever, Amen