Wednesday, December 09, 2009

WOW Wyoming Photography from Fieldtrip

I've been working a lot this week with photos from my Yellowstone Geology Field Trip last September. I received photos from six classmates. With my photos, there were over 1,700 from 4 days. I've been organizing them into a chronological-thematic succession.

This afternoon I paused and worked on some panoramas and montages. I really like them!

Collection of Macro Photography by Myself and Others

Wyoming route 191, North between Rock Springs and Farson. The Rockies Bear Tooth Mountains are in the background.

Red Canyon

The Chugwater Formation

Travertine Terraces in Thermopolis

Somewhere on the route North to Cody.

Nez Perce's Last Stand along Shoshone River

Near the Highest Peak (along the Axis of the Bear Tooth Mountains) in Wyoming.

Tetons with Snake River Below

Cathedral Formation of Tetons

The Grand Tetons

Montage of Nature and Man-made Formations

Montage of People on the Field Trip

While I made all of these panoramic photos and montages, and most of the photos were taken by myself, some of them were taken by others on the trip, including: Ryan Deichmueller, Michelle Gatti, Carmen Meeks, Madisen Mitchell.


Anonymous said...

Well, I was wondering about the flowers, the pink red one and the light pink ones, were they wild? they look like zinnias, I am interested in where they were taken and what terrain they were in? I am pullng out my wildflower book now, searching for wild flowers like such, the gallardia are very pretty too!!! Anyhow, must have some of these, love a couple very much, can you upload to shutterfly?wyogirl 1

Anonymous said...

One of my favorites, Nez Perce last stand picture, can we delete those obstrusive roads though?wyogirl1

SuzyQSparkles said...

The red and pink were both in flower pots at the Thermopolis Hot Springs. The multi-colored one with the bee was taken by another photographer, I'm not sure where/what it is. Sorry!

I'll get some photos uploaded/to you, WyoGirl1.

SuzyQSparkles said...

The flower with the bumblebee was taken by The Rise of Sink's Canyon! ;)

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the confirmation, I was totally freaked that I might not know about wild zinnias, ha haa, I figured they might be cultivated, just checking, plant geeks have freakouts over such!!!wyogirl1

Marie-Jolie said...

Gorgeous!!! Your hard work paid off, Suzy. :)

Sabra said...

I love the Rockies. Though I live nestled in one of their valleys, I still always feel awestruck when I see them. Those are beautiful photographs.