Sunday, October 02, 2011

Photographing the Photographers


Shooting together with photographer friends is an enjoyable part of shooting the Pennsylvania elk rut.  Shrouded in fog Willard and Dick stand by their camera awaiting the next elk action.



While working a bull together I take a moment to back off and snap Brad peering into the viewfinder as a nice bull feeds along the ridge top.


Clearing skies provided a gorgeous backdrop as Willard and Brad work from the crest of a ridge.


Wet and weary, the gang heads for the cars as daylight fades into darkness

8 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

nice to see the action behind the subjects and lenses. :)

Beyond My Garden said...

I love the first photo It is so gray and mysterious. I made my first trip through wild Pennsylvania a few weeks ago. We saw a bear but no elk
nellie

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Oh these are great. The first picture is excellent with the fog.

Bob Shank said...

Great photos, Coy! I almost always forget to photograph the photographers and kick myself afterward since you are so right when you say, "Shooting together with photographer friends is an enjoyable part of shooting the Pennsylvania elk rut." This is so true and a huge part of what makes it so enjoyable!

Brad Myers said...

Great time as always, and I am hoping we get to shoot again soon at SNP for the whitetail rut. I really think I enjoy the great people more than the Elk experience.

I need to catch up on everyones blogs from the ipad at work now today.

I like how you posted no faces to protect the inocent or guilty whatever it may be, LOL.

Arija said...

Now that's real dedication!

heyBJK said...

Great shots, Coy! It's nice to see what goes on behind the camera. The lighting is really nice!

Dick Mc said...

Coy, thanks for the photos of photographers. When we spend our time behind a camera we almost never get our picture taken! What a great morning that was as the fog lifted to spectacular lighting.