Jason B. Whitman


I paint with light on a digital canvas and am a single Wyoming ranch boy in love with the American West and skiing. Founder @SkiWY and Wyoming Eye Associates.

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I loved the lighting and composition of this image entitled, "Watching Him Work"

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I took this image of a Mountain Bluebird at West Thumb in cc:

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I captured this peaceful close-up of a cow elk feeding near Yellowstone Lake in

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I captured this image of elk on a ridge at sunset. I thought it was a remarkably beautiful image

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This cow elk is wading across the Madison River in West Yellowstone

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This cow elk in the rain on the Gibbon River in was my favorite image of the day.

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I called this picture "This Old House." It is another of my abandoned Wyoming buildings series.

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Last picture of the day is this remarkable sunset I shot near Casper, Wyoming

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Of course I'm going to post a bunny picture on Easter. I photographed this Western Cottontail near Torrington, WY

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I called this image of a Bighorn Ram "Waiting for the Storm"

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I took this stunning picture of the Lower Yellowstone Falls on a foggy, Spring day

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I took this picture of Clearwater Creek during the runoff. The colors are just outstanding. #wyoming

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This sunset on the Southfork of the Shoshone near Cody, WY is absolutely breathtaking #wyoming

I captured this magnificent Trumpeter Swan enjoying a rainy day on the Yellowstone River. #nationalpark #wyoming

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"Standing Alone" is one of my favorite photographs I have ever shot

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This landscape with Heart Mountain in the distance gives perspective to the vastness of this place

I took this macro shot of a pine bough at the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone in early Spring

I called this image I took on the Southfork of the Shoshone "In the Shadow of the Rockies."

I captured this image of a cow moose two miles east of Yellowstone on the Northfork of the Shoshone River

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I called this image "Breaking Up" :)