Welcome to the blog for Steve Hinch Photography.
On this page you'll find photographic information on the places I've photographed recently as well as some technical information on the photographs themselves. I'll also post updates on what I've seen and experienced in Yellowstone and abroad, current wildlife sightings, and anything else of interest. Check back often for updates!
August 02, 2018 • Leave a Comment
Coyotes have been known as "song dogs" because of their varying vocalizations. They don't have the long, mournful howl of a wolf but instead have different vocalizations such as short howls and yips. Above, a coyote howls to two others nearby who responded quickly. The three met up and travelled off together. Below, a coyote pup steps out of it's den on a cool spring morning and practices it's howling skills.
July 31, 2018 • Leave a Comment
With a forecast of partly cloudy skies, we started our hike before sunrise with the goal of reaching Crack Lake in Glacier National Park in time for some nice morning light. We arrived to thick fog and no view of the surrounding mountains, though the lake was still beautiful. After a long wait, the fog eventually started to lift and we were treated to views of Mount Siyeh and Allen Mountain towering over the turquoise waters of the lake. With the extra time we had waiting for the peaks to appear, we explored the area and our 12 mile roundtrip hike ended up being 16 miles of walking in total, but well worth it. And of course, near the end of the hike, we were caught in a pretty strong thunderstorm and took refuge under a welcoming pine tree. Not a bad day since I was also dealing with a nasty case of laryngitis!
July 15, 2018 • Leave a Comment
Here's a little teaser for 2019! And if you're up in Glacier National Park this summer, you can find my work through the area. The 2019 Glacier National Park calendar features one of my images on the cover and Montana: A Photographic Journey is available in gift shops and bookstores throughout the region.
July 03, 2018 • Leave a Comment
Wishing everyone a safe and happy Fourth of July! This red fox kit was photographed last month as it played with a dead bird brought back to the den by it's mother. I was fortunate enough to watch five different dens this year and all the kits at each den have dispersed to start their own lives. But there's still plenty to photograph as just last week I photographed two newborn whitetail deer fawns. Photos will follow soon.
June 16, 2018 • Leave a Comment
I have a busy week this week with three book and print signings scheduled. Starting tomorrow, I'll be at the Old Faithful Inn from 4pm to 8pm and then again on Monday. Friday I'll be back at the Old Faithful Visitor Center! For the complete list of signings for this summer through September check out this page: http://www.stevehinchphotography.com/dates
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