Wildlife photographer Donald M. Jones collects 147 candid images of Montana's wild creatures--frolicking, hunting, surviving--in their natural habitats. His reward for hours of waiting, in whatever conditions the weather threw his way, was the satisfaction of saving an unrepeatable moment.
An exquisite portfolio and guide to America's most popular national park.
A Wyoming photographer who considers Yellowstone National Park his back yard and enjoys outdoor recreation there during all four seasons has produced this amazing full-color tribute to the very first national park in the United States (and the world). Includes landscapes and wildlife.
After a long, arduous battle with cancer, George Rohde decided to make a living doing what he loved most: observing the northern prairie. The avid field biologist honed his photography skills and sold his work at craft shows, most in the form of notecards which he also sent to his grandson Max.
Showcasing the dynamic work of Bozeman photographer Carol Polich, paired with an inspired foreword by Bozeman writer Alan Kesselheim, Portrait of Paradise is a timeless tribute to the grandeur of the Gallatin and Paradise valleys and Yellowstone National Park.
From cherry orchards in glorious bloom along Flathead Lake to the annual spectacle of thousands of snow geese descending upon Freezeout Lake, from the awe-inspiring Rocky Mountain Front to badlands formations that stir the imagination, and from once endangered trumpeter swans to the iconic bison, this collection of artful photography offers an insider's view into what makes Montana so unforgettabl
Over 100 brilliantly colorful photographs by Salvatore Vasapolli portray the spectacular scenery and places throughout Montana. Though Montana has the third lowest population density in the United States, millions of visitors come each year to see Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks, Little Bighorn, as well as fly-fish and hunt on the prairies and in the mountains.
Drawn to the more obscure and hidden places the crowds miss, photographers Lambing and Mumford have compiled a collection of photographs spanning the vast state of Montana: beautifully aged historic structures, hard-to-reach lakes, elusive wildlife, and broad panoramas from remote locales.
Spectacular Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks captures the breathtaking landscape and wildlife of one of America’s most renowned regions.
- The only place in North America where no species, including the grizzly bear, has gone extinct in centuries
- Situated in the Rocky Mountain region that stretches across the U.S.-Canada boundary
- 150 photos introduce the Crown of the Continent, where people, animals, and nations are finding common ground