Monday morning Peoria greetings to one and all!
Well this past week we jumped right back into the fray after getting back from being out West the week before. It’s always nice to come back from a vacation and know that you’ve got work to do. I’ve had it happen the other way when there wasn’t anything to shoot when I got back and I’d start to wonder why I had come back home!
One of the places that Jan and I shot nature photography on this trip was Craters of the Moon National Monument in Arco, Idaho. When you’re at Craters of the Moon, if you didn’t know any better, you’d think that you were on the Big Island of Hawaii. There are lava fields that stretch out for 50 miles from the volcanos that were at Craters of the Moon and it’s amazing to see that and think that it’s here in the Western US. It’s also amazing to see some of the vegetation that has grown in some spots and then the lack of vegetation in other areas of the park. Part of the fun as a photographer is to show some of the areas and try to make creative photos of all that’s there!
Here’s a few photos from a day spent at Craters of the Moon National Monument.
Thanks as always for checking out the photos and we hope that you have a great week to come!!!
Kev and Jan
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