Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
I’m enjoying your photos of this North American icon. The low key treatment keeps them mysterious and hints at their tenuous existence in modern times….as though they are fading into the mists of time.
Thanks Kathy. Similar to what I did with a lot of my corvid photographs, one of my intentions with the treatment of the bison images is to invoke the folklore and history. So, the idea of their fading away from a purely straight presentation was certainly intended.
This guy looks like he’s in a diorama.
Connie, I kind of got the same impression. It’s a diorama in the fictional Larry Museum of Natural History. 🙂
Larry, I’ve set this picture as my pc desktop, in part because it is very relevant for today. I don’t keep track of this, but I was informed earlier that it is Kansas Day. Oh, give me a home. Ha.
Well, what an appropriate post for Kansas Day. The timeliness was purely accidental though–on my part anyway but perhaps not on Zippy’s.
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