All Time Favorite Pictures, Page 4

 

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7364, Millinocket Lake and Cattails
North Woods, Maine


7374, Three Birch Trunks, Maple Leaves
Baxter State Park, North Woods, ME

7376, Maple Trunk and Leaves
Baxter State Park, North Woods, ME

7381, Pool with Five Maples
Baxter State Park, North Woods, ME

7382, Birch, Pool, Reflections
Baxter State Park, North Woods, ME

7383, Maple Leaves
Baxter State Park, North Woods, ME

7384, Abandoned Barn,
Piscataquis, ME

7386, Millinocket Lake, Red Leaves & Cattails
North Woods, ME

7391, Red Maple Leaves
North Woods, ME

7393, Sandy Stream Screened by Branches
Baxter State Park, North Woods, ME


7394, Sandy Stream Pond, Red Leaves and Rock, Katahdin in background.
Baxter State Park, North Woods, ME

7396, Piscataquit River, Side Channel
Northen Maine

7397, Piscataquit River, Double Channel
Northern Maine

7413, Covered Bridge with Tamrack
Vermont

7628, Seagull, Maine Coast
Ogunquit Beach, ME

7620,Seaweed & Beach Still Life 4
Ogunquit Beach, ME

8500, Wild Roses 1
Maine Sea Coast at Ogunquit

8503, Wild Roses 3
Maine Sea Coast at Ogunquit


7843, Fairyland Dawn
Bryce Canyon National Park

7844, Virgin River and Guardsman at Sunset
Zion National Park

7846, Sandy Wash, Red Bush and Six Shooter Peak
Canyonlands National Park

7848, Court of the Patriarchs at Dawn
Zion National Park

7850, Six Shooter and Buttes at Dawn, Panarama
Canyonlands National Park

7861, Cottonwood, Chamisa and Red Wall
Escalante Area, Utah

7862, Butte and Cottonwood
Capital Reef National Park

7863, Red Rocks and Afternoon Light
Capitol Reef National Park

7864, Escalante Badlands
Escalante Area, Utah

7865, Virgin River and Guardsman, Afternoon
Zion National Park

7867, Dry Wash and Red Maple
Zion National Park

7870, The Three Patriarchs
Zion National Park, UT

7872, Snowy Sandia Sunset and Rio Grande
Near Albuquerque, NM

7872A, Snowy Sandia Sunset, Panorama
Near Albuquerque, NM

7874, Poppies and Yucca
Organ Mountains, NM

7875, Full Moon and Sauguaro
Organ Pipe National Monument, AZ

7876, Brittle Bush and Organ Pipe Cactus
Organ Pipe National Monument, AZ

7884, Red Buttes and Juniper
Sedona, AZ

7885, Cathedral Rocks and Green, Spring Leaves
Sedona, AZ

7886, Cathedral Rocks, Stream and Boulders
Sedona, AZ

7892, Cathedral Rocks and Pinyon Trees
Sedona, AZ

8581, Cactus, Fence, and Paintbrush
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

8587, Blue Bonnets, Pinks and Trees
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

8589, Mixed Flowers and Line of Trees
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

8591, Lupine and Paintbrush, Dark Trunks
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

8593, Line of Blue Bonnets
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

8596, Sea of Purple with Sky
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

8598, Abandoned Farm and Harrow
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

8600, Blue Bonnets, Paintbrush, Oaks
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

8601, Cactus, Yucca and Oak
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

8602, Blue Bonnets, Cactus and Fence
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

8605A, Paintbrush, Trunks and Spring Leaves
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

8605, Wildflowers, Oak, Fence, Cloudy Sky
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

8608, Ocean of Red, Paintbrush & Walnut
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

8606, Blue Bonnets and Large Gate
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

8609, Sea of Flowers with Walnut Trees
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

8611, Grass, Paintbrush and Oaks
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

8612, Blue Bonnets, Paintbrush in Oak Forest
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

8613, Blue Bonnet Upclose and Oaks
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

8614, Field of Flowers and Oaks
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

8615, Classic Oak and Wildflowers, Gray Sky
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

8616, Wildflowers, Oak and Fenceline
Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

 

 

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Brittle Bush and Organ Pipe Cactus, Organ Pipe National Monument, Arizona

7876, Brittle Bush and Organ Pipe Cactus, Organ Pipe National Monument, Arizona

 

 

Rocky Mountain Photography is Fred and Joan Hanselmann

 

Rocky Mountain Phototograpy is myself and my wife, Fred and Joan Hanselmann. We have been seriously photographing the Rockies and the Southwest since 1990.

When I was between ten and fourteen or so, my parents would often take my brother and I on a series of wonderful summer vacation trips to the great National Parks of the West.

Since we lived in Wyoming, one of the places we often visited was Grand Teton National Park. I can still remember one magic morning when we got up very early to go on a hike. We were walking around Jenny Lake shortly after dawn. The lake was absolutely still and mirrored the majestic Cathedral Group of the Tetons. Mists swirled above the lake and in the high peaks. The air was filled with the scent of pine and clean mountain water. I was absolutely enthralled.

I'm sure that all of these experiences played a large part in my decision to become a landscape photographer. These images of the beauty of the natural world, seen at an early age, have remained with me all my life. Perhaps by being a landscape photographer, I'm trying, over and over, to recreate the perfection of these early images.

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