September 16, 2015

Looks Like Winter is On the Way

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September 16, 2015
Looks Like Winter is On the Way

Species: Mountain Goat | Location: Glacier National Park, USA

On September 30th, just a few days prior to the first snow fall at Logan Pass, a pack of mountain goats were enjoying the last days of warm weather in Glacier National Park.

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About The Photographer

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Born and raised in Switzerland, at the age of 22 Joe immigrated to Canada in 1979 and has resided in Calgary, Alberta ever since.

Joe got started in photography at the age of 7 when he received a new Kodak instamatic camera for Christmas. Several cameras and decades later, photography eventually became a secondary profession.

Extensive travels present opportunities to capture beauty and excitement, both of which are present all around us in nature, in human built structures and devices as well as in human life and behavior.

Joe’s extensive work is showcased on http://www.hotshotsphoto.biz where you will discover a wide spectrum of images. His portfolio includes spectacular scenes from around the world including wildlife, scenic and nature shots, towns and cities, sport events and man made beauty in the form of cars, customized bikes, airplanes and structures. Enjoy the site.

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