Picture Of The Day By Deena Sveinsson – Out of doors Photographer
Right this moment’s Picture Of The Day is “Van Gogh” by Deena Sveinsson. Location: Grand Teton Nationwide Park, Wyoming.
“I had been trying for days to get a photo of a moose drinking water in the springs with a reflection of the Teton mountain range and moose,” explains Sveinsson. “I appeared to get each different kind of photograph however the one I had envisioned. This photograph required the moose to enter on a selected stretch of water, on a sure aspect of the water, desirous to take a drink offshore and with no muddle, clear skies and a mirrored image. Tall order? Perhaps I may get some water drips from his mouth? Even taller order.
“We have been duped by the moose that sat on the water edge that by no means went to take a drink. We have been duped by a moose after they received up from their slumber solely to stroll in a unique course than his regular routine. On some days we waited all day in freezing temperatures however got here again empty-handed. The the explanation why I couldn’t get my dream photograph goes on and on…
“I gave up. But one afternoon, it all lined up albeit with 10 minutes to spare before the weather came in. I had to get into the water with waders that weren’t designed for winter use. I had to kneel as much as I could without sinking in the mud. Regardless, I sank into the mud. And I had to deal with really, really cold temperatures. But Van Gogh came through this afternoon.”
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Initially Printed February 17, 2021
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