Lovely shots, Reb. The sunset is especially lovely. Hopefully that spot is on the lens and not the sensor. It's just easier to get rid of that way.
Thanks Hilary. It was my lens, or at least I think so, I cleaned spots off of it anyway ;)
Beautiful. Bison are such majestic creatures when you see how big they really are.
Messymimi, they are scary big. I am glad though that they they are making a come back from near extinction.
Good photo essay on the park, Reb. The bison must have been on their afternoon break when you were there.Excellent sunset pic.
Leah, I think they were all hiding from the heat in the bushes. Thanks.
That is a lovely park. I sighed when I saw your photo of the Alberta Rose (great bokeh there).
Thanks Karen, you will have to come and visit it with your boys & Rapunzel.
Nice shots, Reb, especially the last--was it tricky adjusting your cam for the lighting? I haven't taken very many low-light photos. Beautiful scenery! I'm blogging again when you have the time to visit :)
Thanks Jo. I have to admit, I just adjust until I think it looks good on the sensor. I had such an extended time away from taking photos (simply from lack of energy), I have had to re-learn how to adjust my exposures. It is still a bit of luck so far ;)
Great shots, sis. Love the rose, and the little white flower is very pretty.Did you say you're going to post more? Looking forward to it!
Thanks Sis. I hope to, but, you never know ;)
Sorry, late to the party but these are lovely!---Crabby
Crabby, the party doesn't start until you are here ;) Thanks.
these shots are wonderful Reb!!and I caught up on older posts as wellso many pretty imagesI love the butterfly on the bark, it makes a lovely contrastand Thumper is a sweet little one
Thanks Dianne. It was the good contrast that helped me to see the butterfly :0 Thumper is very cute, even now that he is almost full grown.