Progression of first light in Glacier National Park, by Phyllis; 1 of 4
Progression of first light in Glacier National Park, by Phyllis; 2 of 4
Progression of first light in Glacier National Park, by Phyllis; 3 of 4
Progression of first light in Glacier National Park, by Phyllis; 4 of 4
Summer blooms of Indian paintbrush, silvery lupine and sticky geraniums, with stormy clouds on the horizon in the Albion Meadows area of Little Cottonwood Canyon; by Phyllis
The three Tetons reflect in a beaver pond at Schwabacker Landing, Grand Tetons National Park
Predawn glow on Mt. Denali, captured by Bill on Fujichrome Velvia in Denali National Park, 1997.
Phyllis's panorama of sunrise with God's Beams over the Sierra LaSal, southern Utah
Mount Gould reflecting in the still waters of Swiftcurrent Lake, Glacier Ntional Park
First light on Devil's Castle in Albion Basin, Little Cottonwood Canyon, Wastach Mountains, with paintbrush and leafy jacob's ladder in the foreground, at the peak of wildflower bloom in early August; by Bill
Phyllis's panorama of Mount McGowan reflecting in Stanley Lake; Sawtooth Mountains
Changing seasons in the Wasatch Range. An early September snowstorm dusted Mount Timpanogos while aspens were just starting to turn. Bill's original capture was on film in 2001.
Banff National Park, Canadian Rockies
Early September snow dusts Mount Timpanogos in the Wasatch Range. Bill's original capture was on film in 2001.
Colorful rocks and water, Sacred Dancing Falls, McDonald Creek, Glacier National Park, by Bill
rearly summer morning at Oxbow Bend, Grand Tetons national Park
Mount Edith Cavell (snow-covered on left), Jasper National Park, Canadain Rockies
Kessler Peak, Wasatch Mountains
Perfect reflection in a high elevation lake in the Eastern Sierra Nevada. Bill's original capture was on film in 1999.
Dawn light on Mount Timpanogos. Bill's original capture was on film in 2000.
Predawn light at Oxbow Bend, Grand Tetons National Park
Saint Mary Falls, Glacier National Park, by Phyllis
Panoramic view of the Brighton area in summer, photographed from Mount Tuscarora. Visible in the middle distance are Lakes Mary (far left), Martha (left) and Catherine (right center).