Clark Fork River
When you visit a location more than once, it can be hard to avoid repeating photographs you've already made. One way to find new subjects is to think of colors, shapes, or light instead of things, like trees or rocks. In this image I used a long lens to isolate the constantly shifting shapes of blue and gold with touches of black in the river's surface. Making many frames allows you to select a favorite arrangement by Mother Nature.
Visit the Kim Williams Nature Trail along the Clark Fork River and other nearby locations to stretch your photographic legs in Outdoor Photography Explorations, a hybrid class starting Saturday, September 12, 2020, through the Lifelong Learning Center in Missoula, Montana. Click here to register.