From the Window – Wyoming

I’ve started a new project called “From the Window”.  Living in the American west we spend a lot of time in our vehicles rather than walking or biking like most large cities or in European countries.  With my kids getting older I’m now able to let them drive so I can enjoy the scenery and document what I see.

This image was taken a few days ago while driving through Wyoming for our spring break.

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Winter Scenes from Wyoming

Wyoming_Winter_2016

We decided to spend New Years at the cabin this year in Wyoming.  When we arrived it was -20 Fahrenheit, so we spent most of the time indoors but were able to get out in the afternoons to enjoy some fresh air.  My favorite time to shoot is just before sunset so I stopped at a few places in Thayne and Afton of places that caught my eye.

Today’s configuration: Leica M(240) with a Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f1.4

 

Wyoming_Winter_2016

Wyoming_Winter_2016

Wyoming_Winter_2016

Driving Miss Daisy

Canon 40D * Canon EF-24-105mm f/4.0L lens * ISO 400 * 1/2500 second * f/4.5

While driving in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming recently, I spotted this car in front of me and quickly snapped a picture through my windshield before other cars came around the bend.  What caught my eye was the color of the car and the two cowboy hats sticking out.  I assume this couple was enjoying a summer drive through the park.  I thought about following them until they stopped to take some pictures of their car but my kids were anxious to do some hiking at the base of the Tetons.