Tag Archive: wyoming

INTO THE WINDS (Part 2)

Continued from Into The Winds (Part 1) We arrived just as our friends were tying up their horses. They came with gifts. Gifts of glorious food. One of the things that inevitably occurs… Continue reading

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INTO THE WINDS (Part 1)

Nearly 15 years ago on Valentines Day, I rolled into Pinedale, WY on frozen streets. Who knew I would fall head over heels for this area at the time? But I did. In… Continue reading

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Delisting Grizzlies | Ensuring A Species’ Survival

The Endangered Species Act (ESA) is intended to lead to recovery and delisting, so long as adequate plans exist to assure recovery continues. The ESA requires that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service prepare… Continue reading

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#findyourpark | GRAND TETON

Where to begin?? Grand Teton National Park is one of the most magnificent 310,000 acres in all of North America. If there were ever a “bucket list” National Park… this is it. I first… Continue reading

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The Wyomingites | Genesis

When I first arrived in Pinedale in the winter of 2005, it was -40F. Not the most hospitable place I’d ever lived. Considering up until that point, I had only lived in Dallas and Austin,… Continue reading

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20 Below // Yellowstone

Life is all about adaptation. If you can’t stay flexible, especially when on the road, you’ll end up frustrated and angry. Plans are going to change. Your best efforts will be thwarted frequently. I… Continue reading

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Photographing // Tents

Yeah, it’s a thing.  And if you follow me on Instagram, you know that I clearly enjoy it. Photographing tents in amazing places is trending on Instagram and other social media outlets, and for good… Continue reading

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#wyolove

So finally, after all of these years living in and/ or visiting Wyoming, I have the compelling idea I’ve been looking for to do a book. Just google “wyoming photography books”, and I… Continue reading

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The Art of The “Workcation”

Every time I travel I get asked, “Business, or pleasure?” Often my answer is “Well… both.” A puzzled look frequently follows. It took Ellen and I a few years to find the proper… Continue reading

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MT Obsession // Pilot Peak

Okay, so I have another mountain portrait obsession*.  Pilot Peak.  Well, technically, it started four years ago on my usual Fall trip to Wyoming and Montana.  But it really hit me this year.… Continue reading

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WY // The Active Landscape

One thing I will most certainly be working on this year: active people within a landscape. Though I have always considered myself a landscape shooter, I realized recently that in order to generate more… Continue reading

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Autumn Rules // Top 10 Reasons Why Photogs Agree

I love summer, but in my opinion, nothing compares to the Fall.  Here are my Top 10 Reasons why professional photographers are salivating over the return of Autumn… 10.  No Mosquitos… Okay, less mosquitos at least. Depending… Continue reading

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Daring to Begin

All glory comes from daring to begin. — Eugene Fitch Ware What does it take to be a “doer”? Let’s be honest, it doesn’t take much. Not a lot of brains or money, or… Continue reading

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Layering // Landscapes

If you’ve seen my work, you know that I love negative space.  And in landscapes, that often means lots of sky. It’s a more fine art look. Where the sky is an actor… Continue reading

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Into The Winds

If you were free to pursue your passions… what would you do?  Where would you go?  How would you share it? Get ready… Into The Winds is coming…. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________   all images and… Continue reading

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andrew r. slaton // workshops

woo hoo!!  i’m excited to announce my new workshop blog!! check it out… find the learning adventure you’ve been looking for…  and be sure to subscribe to stay up to date with what… Continue reading

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wyoming | last look at soda

as always, it was very hard for me to leave wyoming. so i took a short tour of soda lake before starting my long drive home. i was met by what felt like… Continue reading

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wyoming | elk hunt

i was incredibly excited to be invited on Mike and Ellen’s elk hunt at the end of my trip to wyoming in september. at that point, Elle had to head home, so i… Continue reading

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wyoming | the bounty of autumn

it’s been said before that fall in the mountains is a magical time. the leaves are changing, the temperature drops, and the animals are energized with hormones for mating season. moose populations in… Continue reading

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wyoming | the many faces of the tetons

my working title for this post originally was “l’obsession des tetons”… you know, referencing western wyoming’s french explorer roots. then, thanks to google translate, i quickly realized it was essential that i think… Continue reading

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wyoming | antelope hunt

** GRAPHIC HUNTING PHOTOS… PLEASE BE ADVISED** i felt kind of silly writing the above disclaimer… but then i thought about it, and many of the folks that frequent my site are expecting… Continue reading

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