December 06, 2016 • Leave a Comment
Flashing back to September which is one of my favorite times of the year. While I do love the autumn colors, they are usually short lived, but the elk rut is what really sets off the month for me. Standing out on a crisp morning with a light mist in the air while large bull elk bugle back and forth to each other is an experience that can't be described adequately. Usually cameras are turned to the big boys of September but the bull wasn't near the river as a few cows crossed in the mist. The environment here is what drew me to photograph this scene. The small channel with the golden grasses and light mist could work as a landscape photo without the elk but of course, she made the whole scene come together.
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