travismorhardt

travismorhardt

An avid outdoorsman, I love to experience and photograph the natural world in every aspect. I live in north Idaho where I enjoy exploring the many different ecosystems there and photographing many different subjects. From mid-May through mid-October I live and work in Yellowstone National Park. I look forward to sharing my work with you and I am excited to see yours! Happy snapping!
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    1. What beautiful detail! This is a great capture.
    2. Thanks, Stuart! I would like to print this one someday and hang it at home. I really don't have a ton of experience shooting at night, but I do have the time now and then to get out and play around with my equipment. As long as you have a sturdy tripod and a remote, you can take some really cool photos. Good luck! I hope the skies clear up for you :)
    3. Thanks! Yes it was a very clear night...and pretty chilly, too. But well worth it :)
    4. Thanks, Claire! I would consider this an uncommon encounter. Three rams were lounging on the cliff side when three coyotes seemingly happened upon them. One of the coyotes got excited and did run towards one of the rams; the ram initially ran, but once it climbed to the top of the cliff it turned and faced the coyote at about 30 feet, and the coyote immediately backed off. I think given the location, the coyotes would have been at a disadvantage. It was certainly a fun encounter!
    5. Comment on Score! - my big matsutake haul 3 years ago
      Thanks! I'm not sure how active I will be; I am at the Dallas-Fort Worth airport now killing time. I thought, why not check out JD! :)
    6. Very cool! I would say given the circumstances, a big win!
    7. Comment on Score! - my big matsutake haul 3 years ago
      Very nice!
    8. Comment on Stinging Nettle Slug Caterpillar 3 years ago
      Such brilliant colors! Really great.
    9. Comment on Knysna lourie (Turaco) 3 years ago
      Nothing short of what I expect of your photos, Claire! Crisp and clear :)
    10. Comment on Stonefly (Plecoptera) 3 years ago
      I wish I were better at identifying adults. I am much better with juveniles. A beautiful specimen.