From Langly’s interview with Jeff Luker:
WHAT’S YOUR MOST MEMORABLE PHOTO?
It’s hard to select just one, but one I always think about is a photo I took of a Bison in Wyoming. I was in the passenger seat of a car and suddenly this huge animal just appeared next to us on the road, its head was all snow covered and I could see the steam of its breath, it was so close I felt like I could reach out and touch it, so I just grabbed my camera and snapped a shot, then it disappeared back into the forest.
Read the full interview or check out this interview on aPhotoEditor. You can also visit Jeff Luker’s blog, chase the sky forever. or website www.JeffLuker.com, where you can see both personal and commissioned work.
Image from Jeff Luker’s blog: JeffLuker.tumblr.com
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