Kirsten is currently taking a hiatus from shooting to prepare for the arrival of her first-born. Please feel free to continue to contact keyfoto for possible shoot dates and purchases. Kirsten will have dates available come March 2013.
The keyfoto photoblog is also on hold, but still viewable.
New material has been recently added to the galleries (Dec.17/2012). Keep checking back for more updates over the next few months.
So folks, the time has come. This is the last scheduled post from me for awhile. I may change the format in the future, or use another method of blogging/posting. I am still undecided. For the time being the blog will stay up, and I will keep you informed on any future changes. I am looking forward to the unknown path my life is about to embark on!
Reminder that keyFOTO’s print sale is still happening until Sunday Dec.2/12. See the last post for info, prices & photos available.
On to the final post: I am sharing a bunch of wildlife photos from The Badlands National Park. Enjoy!
In time with the season, I have some already printed & mounted photos for sale, from my ’150K From Here’ Exhibition that was up at Cre8ery in Winnipeg earlier this year. The following are available at 15% off their original price (prices as marked, including PST). Free delivery to anyone in the greater Winnipeg area. Please contact me for more info or to arrange a pick up/drop off. Available for a limited time only – until December 1st!
Blank walls? Here’s the solution:
Next week I will be publishing a list of prints already made & mounted for sale (hint, hint!!).
In the meantime, here are some more shots from a sunset in Badlands National Park, South Dakota – taken at Hay Butte lookout:
Just a short announcement. Come December, I will be taking a hiatus from weekly blog posts. I am expecting the birth of my first child so life is about to be turned upside down! I’m sure there will be posts, just not on a weekly/regular basis. Keep checking back to keyfoto.com!
In the meantime, enjoy some sunsets from The Badlands:
Sticking with the bird theme this week. A few more speicimens from The Badland National Park in South Dakota.
First up some wild turkeys, caught walking about just after sunrise on our last morning:
And next up we have a Mountain Bluebird. They have amazing colouring, but are rather hard to take a photo of, or at least this one was. It rarely sat still for more than 3 seconds, so by the time I composed the shot it would take off.
Some photos of a Western Meadowlark from our stay in the Sage Creek campground in the Badlands National Park (I dig the way (s)he struts):
These two photos are from my recent trip to Badlands National Park in South Dakota. On the last morning, Mike and I woke up early (3am our time) to catch the sunrise and for me to take some photos. I had picked out this spot the night before (it’s actually just outside the park) for a distant view of the formations. I was having a rough morning, and getting frustrated, which usually leads to more problems. This pack of horses came by, to check us out and say hello, and the pictures I initially tried taking were fabulous – minus the lens cap I left on…! Gah! So I’m pretty sure this horse was laughing at me, and it was only right he mooned me on his way back to the pasture.
Another shot from the dirt road, this time of a very content Kelsey, after running through the tall grass ditches. Cash was too busy hunting mice or the like to be photographed.
These two photos come courtesy of an evening walk with my husband and the dogs. A local farm road, dirt no less. One of our favourites to walk. I love the lone tree down this road, and it sort of eerily reminds of the (horrible) hanging trees in the southern States from years past.