Bison and a couple of firsts (8)
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Sirfishalot
Registered: Dec 23, 2004
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Sweet series Tim!
Great pose, color and detail in # 4.
Real nice comp with cool atmosphere in #3
Very nice capture also in #2 and congrats on the firsts. Look like you had a blast bro, nice work.

JayT



mitesh
Registered: Jun 28, 2005
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Enjoyed the entire set, Tim- especially bison under the rainbow!



randysc
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Wonderful images Tim. #3 the Rainbow shot, #4 & #5 are my favorites from this fine set. Well done.

Randy



Martin Good
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What a fantastic looking park you have there Tim.
Its a bit bigger than my local
A real fine and enjoyable set where one can begin to appreciate the vastness of the park.
Very nice colors on the Redpoll, that one I have seen in Canada.
# 2 I have not yet seen, its a new one for me.
Nice to see you caught a rainbow. Did you make a wish?
# 4 is a classic Bison shot
Martin



BeeBalm
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Tim, my pix 1 and 2! But the others are also nice! BeeBalm



Major_K
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Big congrats on your firsts Tim. Wow, really really dig that muddy Bison, thought it was snow at first.

Khai



mr.jboy
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Hey Tim,
Congrats on your first, a couple of nice looking hoppers..another fine post of this magical place, I really like these wide shots and you portrayed the landscape very nicely, well done Sir.

John



JimLittle
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Nice set, Tim!



Tim Kuhn
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jfwoodman wrote:
Very cool set, Tim. Looks like you had a great trip! #1and #4 are my picks. Good stuff!

Jim


I had a blast Jim, thanks for the good words.

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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KCollett wrote:
Lovely set Tim. Super birdie shots. Mr. Mud is my pick of the bison.


Thank you Ken. Mr Mud was a hit with the rangers when I showed it to them to ask them about it

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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Thomas Sanders wrote:
Was hoping for more from your trip bro and these sure don't dissapoint

on the 2 firsts especially the Townsend's

Lovey comp for 3 and throw in a freaking rainbow..............priceless

#4 is all business and you sure conveyed the mood here Tim

The muddy spike is way cool. Do they roll around in the mud for fun or for the bugs?

Beautiful country and another beautiful image of this wonderful place!

Watching the behavior in 7 and 8 was a thrill I'm betting and the DOF treatment for the last frame is stunning my friend

More YSNP goodness bro


Tom


I got more

Yes the Townsend's was most cooperative, shot at 300 on a full frame. He must have like me. The rainbow was cool, just had to wait a few minutes for it to drift into place 4 They can be intimidating. Not sure about the muddy guy, I asked the rangers but they weren't much help Yes indeed it is a beautiful place, we didn't want to leave and have been talking about going back ever since. Thanks Bro, I sure had fun taking them

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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eyelaser wrote:
Man these are spectacular Tim...now I really see what I have been missing all these years...what beautiful vistas and a rainbow to boot...you must be livin' right my friend.
I know they didn't totally go extinct but the last shot reminds me of the opening in Jurassic Park where they see the dinosaurs for the first time around the river...it would be pretty cool for me to witness bison this way.
Eric


Eric there are vistas there that blow this stuff away. Entering the Lamar Valley from the western side is absolutely stunning. You really need to go there sometime. I like the Jurassic Park comment, quite fitting.

Thanks so much for the generous words Eric!!

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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morris wrote:
Bison with a rainbow is unique and very well done Tim. Iím also fond of the photo after with the bison filling the frame

Morris


Thanks Morris, so glad you like them

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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Mark Cronin wrote:
Outstanding Tim,
Congrats on the firsts.
Mark


You are too kind Mark, thanks

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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birdied wrote:
What a beautiful set Tim ! Love the little birdies , great shots and congratulations on your firsts .
The bison shots are wonderful. Love seeing the landscapes . The rainbow is certainly very unique in that shot. Love the muddy bison. Can't wait to see more.

Birdie


I am so glad you like them Birdie, your comment made me smile Thank you!!!

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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jwestfall wrote:
Tim, I really like the splash of color from the rainbow contrasting the less colorful winter range. Proof that keeping the camera close at hand pays good dividends.

- jim


Indeed Jim, thank you!!!

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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Shasoc wrote:
Congrats on your firsts, Tim! This is a beautiful set with some spectacular vistas and that rainbow is a nice touch. Well done!
4 and 6 are my favorites.
Socrate


Thanks for the nice words and the pick Master

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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Karl Witt wrote:
Just lovely!

You don't miss much buddy, you got the little ground hoppers and the massive ground pounders!

The land/animal scopes are beauties Tim, nice take on a wide look of things
I happen to find #4 astounding in the range of the darker hues, well done sir!

Karl


Just thank you

If it's out there I'll find it Karl Ah yes 4 and the browns. I was going to post a similar shot with light browns to blacks just for the color range. Still may

Thanks Karl

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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Herderdog wrote:
Love this set, Tim. My kind of stuff! I would love to find a Redpoll. I hear we have them around here this year.


Thanks Bonnie!! I hate to admit it, I had to look up the Redpoll

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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marklankton wrote:
Little tiny birdies and great big quadrupeds -- I can see you have not lost your flexibility. There's a lot to see up there -- it must have been a great trip. Thanks for showing these!
Mark


Thanks so much Mark! Funny thing, I saw lots of birds but only took photos of a few, I was too taken with the big quadrupeds

Tim



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