As a self employed individual, every so often I am blessed with having holes in my schedule. The last week of August was just one of those times that I had some time off. So, I decided to hit the trail and head west to western Montana for some fly fishing and photography. Fishing was tough and so was the photography. The western fires in Idaho were casting an awful lot of smoke where I was and you could not even see the mountains; plus it was hot, 90+ degrees and smoky. I did manage to get some images, but nothing earth shattering, but I did get my first Shiras moose and Black billed Magpie.
On my way home, I did a quick stop over in Teddy Roosevelt NP and got some hazy sunset shots before continuing my drive home.
Hope you enjoy.