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N 116 B 629 C 6 E Jan 1, 2024 F Apr 15, 2024
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One last Minute spot!

How would you like to wake up with this sunrise! Well, now is your second chance. A last minute spot just became available on this previously sold out adventure. July 27-Aug. 7! Hope one of you guys can make it!

N 280 B 2.1K C 11 E Jan 1, 2024 F Apr 13, 2024
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Backlight is my favorite for shooting wildlife! And on this cold morning, it was perfect for capturing this bison with lots of steamy breath. We have new spots opening up for Winter in Yellowstone Workshop Jan 22-31, 2025:

actionphototours.com/workshops/yellowstone-tetons-winter-...

Tags:   Action Photo Tours bison wildlife Yellowstone Wyoming winter cold breath backlight

N 7 B 85 C 0 E Jan 1, 2024 F Apr 12, 2024
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We are excited to add this location to next year's Yellowstone and Tetons Workshop Jan 22-31, 2025. The email announcement is coming tomorrow. If you're not on it yet, sign-up here:

mailchi.mp/actionphototours/newsletter-signup

Tags:   winter Action Photo Tours Yellowstone Tetons waterfall ice snow plunge pano panoramic

N 321 B 2.3K C 19 E Jan 1, 2024 F Apr 12, 2024
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The teepee formations of the Coyote Buttes are fascinating to explore. We had a great time with our Action Photogs out here capturing shots with dramatic clouds and stormy conditions. Here's a new word for you - Virga. It is rain that drys up before it even hits the ground. It's very common in dry desert climates.

Tags:   Action Photo Tours Coyote Buttes Pano South Coyote South Coyote Buttes Southwest Vermillion Cliffs desert panorama panoramic sandstone teepees virga

N 243 B 2.5K C 8 E Jan 1, 2024 F Apr 4, 2024
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Do you know what the ring around the sun is called? This is a 22-degree halo NOT a sundog. While both sundogs and 22-degree halos are caused by the refraction of sunlight through ice crystals, sundogs appear as bright spots or patches of light on either side of the sun when 22-degree halos form a complete circular halo around the sun or moon. Additionally, sundogs are often accompanied by other optical phenomena such as tangent arcs, while 22-degree halos have a more uniform appearance.t's a sundog. Imagine yourself in front of this scene...in the vast and biting Arctic tundra...where the stillness is broken only by the sound of the wind.


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