Mr. Moose in the Snake
- pablominto (14563)
- [2007-09-30 8:32]
A lovely landscape with wonderful autumn colours!
And the moose... Wildlife at its best!
This is an attractive composition with fine details, very well done...
- pvs (14464)
- [2007-09-30 8:49]
A nice moose scape,an excellent capture with nice autumn colors,mountains,rivers and the moose,this would be an attractive postcard of this region,tfs
- pirate (7474)
- [2007-09-30 10:52]
a WOW picture! incredible landscape with just perfect compo and dof. great colours too. looking forward to seeing the next pictures
- Patleboss (5950)
- [2007-09-30 11:01]
Hello Mike fantastic point of view with great natural colors, I like so much the combinaison of moose in first plan and mountain in background
realy well done,
- Dave (2178)
- [2007-09-30 18:42]
Beautiful country. Well shown! Excellent composition.
- pierrefonds (12974)
- [2007-10-01 4:06]
A good POV of the moose, of the river and of the mountains, the photo has a good composition, DOF and nice colors. Thanks for sharing.
- jossim (12636)
- [2007-10-01 17:40]
Superbe conposition tout y est.
If a person reads the title and does not know about the Snake river, one could start to wonder what snake could eat a Moose.
I like the way you composed this photo. Not only showing the moose, but also show the wonderful Tetons and the beautiful colored trees.
- hester (11638)
- [2007-10-04 11:39]
I love all your moose shots and don't have enough points to do justice to them all (I will be back). I love the whole composition here with the amazing colours and perfect framing. REally stunning!
- scottevers7 (12309)
- [2007-10-06 13:25]
A great shot with the moose in the foreground, and the beautiful scenery of the landscape. Perfect composition and framing in the vertical format. Beautiful fall coloring. Man that is a great scene.
- blue_river (1261)
- [2008-09-18 3:50]
A great shot of the moose in it's natural habitat! The mountains and bright colours in the back really add to the photo, I wish those branches werent in the foreground, but I understand they were probably quite the pest for you to try to avoid, anyways you've clearly made the best of this shot, well done!