Landscape and Panoramic Photography

Dinwoody Creek

This creek was so cold that just dipping my fingertips in to refill my water bottle made my hand ache.  The creek was fed by the melting Dinwoody and Gooseneck Glaciers that hug the east side of Gannett Peak.  I wish I had spent more time photographing this valley, but I used most my time and energy summiting the peak.  The raw power contained in the high-altitude wind, water, ice, and rock in this area is phenomenal.  I used HDR photography to attempt to capture the raw beauty I was able to witness while sitting on the boulder in the middle of Dinwoody Creek.

Dinwoody Creek, Wind River Range, WY

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