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This past winter (2016), I had the opportunity to photograph working cowboys.  This is something that has been on my Bucket List for a long time. This came about when the Hideout Ranch in Shell, WY put on a Cowboy (girl) Photographic Workshop.  The workshop was led by John Barclay and Dan Sniffin.

The workshop consisted of photographing wranglers (working cowboys and girls) feeding, herding, and riding in some of the most scenic areas of Wyoming.  We also photographed individuals posing, and other things around the ranch.

While in Wyoming, I also photographed areas around Cody as well as the northern area of Yellowstone National Park.  In Yellowstone, we traveled by snowmobile. Starting from Madison to West Yellowstone to Old Faithful, we covered over 120 miles in nine hours.  When we started the temperature was 10 degrees; however, it did warm up to 12 degrees.

Listed below is a very small portion of my 10 day trip in which I shot over 4000 images.


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