The Frosty Bridgers

Oh i love getting behind in blogging, it makes getting caught up so much more fun. Tuesday was a fun day in the Bridger Mountains where we stopped y the side of the road to watch the sunrise. Two years earlier we had a great sunrise. This time was a bit different with less light but more snow. The morning screamed Black and White so why not go with it. The road that we pulled over on came through a canyon which was windy. I always love using roads because they are an easy lead through the photo. This one is no different.

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Then there was the house. A white house immersed in a dark forest, spooooooooky. This house posed a series of problems. We couldn’t go down the road that we were on without revealing more of the porch which doesn’t look good. The trees behind it have holes in them due to clear cutting. Finally the longest lens available was the 200-400 which wasn’t enough. This didn’t stop me! I took the shot anyways and i still like it. The great thing about houses, unlike landscapes, is that they normally stay the same for some time.

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Images captured with D3, Nikkor AF-S 24-70, Nikkor AF-S 200-400 VR II, on Lexar UDMA Digital Film

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