Category Archives: Wildlife Woodcraft

A Thousand Words – Last Rays on a Bighorn Ram

For several years shooting in Yellowstone I had trouble finding the Rocky Mountain Bighorn Rams that others seemed to photograph often. I would find sheep on Mt Washburn, sometimes down the mountain at Dunraven Pass, around the Golden Gate, and … Continue reading

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A Thousand Words – Deer Mouse Extraordinaire

For quite awhile I’ve considered writing essays based on the English idiom “A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words” – and then selecting an image of a subject that might have some innate quality, something unique … maybe not in … Continue reading

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Sizing Up A Bull Elk

I can do it at 300 yards at 45 miles per hour in about one second.  At 500 yards it might take me three or four seconds, maybe even longer if the bull elk is in moderate cover.  But the … Continue reading

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