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Brooks Lake – Wyoming

This photo album is our fly fishing trip on Brooks Lake in late June 2017 with guide (EXTRAORDINAIRE) Mark QuigleyBrooks Lake is situated within a high mountain basin in the Rocky Mountains at 9200 feet above sea level. It is one mile from the North American Continental Divide and has spectacular views of the Pinnacle Buttes, Austin’s Peak, and Brooks Mountain…..and the Rainbow TROUT are HUNGRY and PLENTIFUL!!!

This is one of the most gorgeous natural landscapes in the Rockies, outside the National Parks (and FAR FEWER PEOPLE!!!). Make sure you call Mark Quigley at 602-690-5901 to arrange a fly fishing and outdoor adventure that you will ALWAYS treasure.

Beware – the lake and lodge are situated in the midst of Grizzly Bear country. BE BEAR AWARE!!! ALWAYS CARRY BEAR SPRAY IN THIS AREA…AND STAY ALERT!!!

These are high quality images NOT intended to be viewed on a cell phone. CLICK HERE to go to the photo album – then – go to FULL SCREEN and/or SLIDE SHOW — or – just click on the image below.

Brooks Lake - Wyoming


 

ENJOY! We certainly did!!!

Glacier National Park

The following photo album captures Glacier National Park – a ten day journey that includes the ALL sections of the Park during  July 2017. These images include Going to the Sun Road, Logan Pass, Many Glacier area, middle fork of the Flathead River, Bowman Lake, St. Mary, Montana Whitefish, Montana. The wildlife here are amazing. You should truly plan to spend three weeks exploring this vast national treasure.

These are high quality images NOT intended to be viewed on a cell phone. These are copyrighted images and ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Copyright 2017 by Bill Dahl.

You can CLICK HERE to go to the photo album – then – CLICK SLIDESHOW or go to FULL SCREEN…or…CLICK on the IMAGE BELOW to go to the photo album…

Glacier National Park

 


 

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Beartooth Highway

The following photo album captures the Chief Joseph Scenic Byway and Beartooth Highway/Pass – a two day journey over (Cody, Wyoming to Red Lodge Montana) and back during late June 2017.

The Beartooth Highway is a National Scenic Byways All-American Road.  This 68 mile byway winds its way through southwest Montana and northwest Wyoming . The summit is 10,947 feet elevation. One section of U.S. Route 212 between Red Lodge, Montana and Cooke City, Montana, is the highest elevation highway in Wyoming (10,947 feet) and Montana (10,350 feet), and is the highest elevation highway in the Northern Rockies.

These are high quality images NOT intended to be viewed on a cell phone. These are copyrighted images and ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

You can CLICK HERE to go to the photo album – then – CLICK SLIDESHOW or go to FULL SCREEN…or…CLICK on the IMAGE BELOW to go to the photo album…ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Copyright 2017.

Beartooth Pass


 

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Wildlife Photography by Bill Dahl

The following photo album includes the wildlife I was able to photograph during 2017. You will see all kinds of creatures from Rocky Mountain Goats, Mountain sheep, Pronghorn, Elk, Deer…and a few shots of trout I caught this summer.

Some of these images were captured in Yellowstone, Grand Teton and Glacier National Parks. There’s no place like Wyoming and Montana for wildlife photography.

These are high quality images NOT intended to be viewed on a cell phone. These are copyrighted images and ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

You can CLICK HERE to go to the photo album – then – CLICK SLIDESHOW or go to FULL SCREEN…or…CLICK on the IMAGE BELOW to go to the photo album…

Wildlife - 2017

 


 

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Summer Sunsets 2017 by Bill Dahl

This is a photo album of some of my favorite sunsets that I have had the opportunity to witness during the summer of 2017.


 

These are high quality images NOT intended to be viewed on a cell phone.

You can CLICK HERE to go to the photo album – then – CLICK SLIDESHOW or go to FULL SCREEN…or…CLICK on the IMAGE BELOW to go to the photo album…

 

Sunsets - Summer 2017

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The American West – A Photo Journal by Bill Dahl

This post includes a photo album of our Summer of 2017 journey around the American West. It was nearly a month long and encompassed some 5,000 miles.

The journey began in Redmond, Oregon to Boise, Idaho to Rexburg, Idaho to Swan Valley, Idaho to Alpine, Wyoming to Jackson Hole, Wyoming to Grand Teton National Park to Dubois, Wyoming to the North Platte River in Alcova, Wyoming (by Casper) to Thermopolis, Wyoming to Cody, Wyoming up the Chief Joseph Scenic Byway and over Beartooth Pass to Red Lodge Montana, back over Beartooth to Cooke City, Montana then into the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park to Gardiner, MT to Cutbank, MT to East Glacier National Park (St. Mary, MT) to Whitefish, MT and West Glacier National Park – then – back home to Redmond, OR.

There are some landscape and wildlife images in this photo journal that in 35 years exploring the outdoots as a photographer, I must admit, I was awed to be confronted with. We hope you enjoy them. ALL images are copyrighted and ALL Rights Reserved.

These are high quality images NOT intended to be viewed on a cell phone. CLICK HERE to go to the photo album then click Slide Show.


 

ENJOY! We did…