Big Sky Fall

Fall is one of the best times to be in Montana. The trees are slowly turning, the weather is generally favorable and the day-by-day lighting is a photographers dream. I started my trip off with a little trout fishing in Holter Lake. The lake is a incredible intricate lake; one that Lewis and Clark navigated on their way through the State. I was fortunate enough to see some beautiful Big Horn Sheep, Antelope and lots of deer like usual.  Most of the shots are taken with a Nikon D800 or a Nikon D600. The animal shots are with a 300mm 2.8 1.7x Tele convertor.

 

 

holterlake_1webThe largest Trout I have ever caught! Beautiful Rainbow Trout!

holterlake_2webHolter Lake. The mountain ranges surrounding the lake are incredible.

holterlake_9webI was trying to be sneaky and get a photograph of some White Tail’s feeding on some apples. I got caught and they took off running.

holterlake_12webA beautiful Morning on Lake Holter

holterlake_10webAmazing Skies and country.

holterlake_6webOur fishing Partner. Bim’s!

holterlake_3webBig Sky Country!

holterlake_8webNice White Tail feeding on some apples.

holterlake_13webA nice big Antelope. He had a harem of females with him.

holterlake_7webCalm Holter Lake morning.

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holterlake_17webMissouri River, feeding into Holter Lake.

holterlake_5webLove the big skies!