One of the things that really validates you as a landscape photographer is when someone buys and hangs your images. I want to give a shout out and a thank you to Linda and Roger Kurrus for doing just that. Here Roger is holding two photos I took last fall. The first is of a lone bison roaming a fog and mountain enshrined field in the Lamar Valley in Yellowstone National Park. The second was taken on the same spot where Ansel Adam made his famous black and white Snake River and the Grand Tetons photograph in 1941. The photograph Adams made can no longer be recreated as the trees in the foreground did not exist when he made his image. But we can always imaging! Thank you again Linda and Roger!