Roaming Wyoming & The Sights That I Saw - A Photo Montage

I find that scouting for deer is the perfect time to take photos of my hunting surroundings. After all, landscape photography is my second passion, and fits perfectly well with my first passion… bowhunting.

 

Taking photos while scouting serves a dual purpose. Through photos, I will always remember the view from my prospective treestands and blinds, what type and where that tree is located, just in case I should want to go back again at a later date. It helps me remember things more clearly.

 

Several days of scouting and hunting on a few ranches in Wyoming recently, gave me perfect opportunity to take several pictures of what God had laid before me. So much color and texture! Those made the perfect backdrop for so many of my photos. Of course, a meandering deer or other animal is fair game for my camera also. Many photos were taken from the confines of my ground blind.

 

Here is just a sampling of some of my favorite photos from the beautiful state of Wyoming.
 

 

 

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Deer Creek, Glenrock

 

 
 
 

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Deer Creek Canyon, Glenrock

 

 

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Sun-up near Lacey Mtn.

 

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Another mountain in the distance     This rock was my “ground blind”

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Morning Moon Setting in Douglas, With Whitetail Bucks

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Spike Silhouette

 
 

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Photo taken from inside my ground blind

 

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Photo taken from inside my ground blind

He’s coming close!!

 

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Fawn Scratching an Itch

 

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Photo taken from inside my ground blind
 

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Peeking through the grass

 

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Turkey flying up to roost

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This squirrel didn’t like my ground blind so close to his tree.

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You take a nap wherever you can find some shade.

Paula and Kathleen, my hunting buddies.

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Kathleen, Paula and I: Girls & bows in shadow

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Me!!