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.
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.
My mental ramblings, pattern design progress (wait a minute! I'm "designing patterns"? I forgot I was suppose to be doing that!!!), newer Wyoming Life, and other assorted comments as they come screaming downstream from my brain to my fingers to the keyboard! You never know what you're gonna get.