I LOVE to take pictures. I got my first camera when I was in college – it was a hand-me-down Canon from an old boyfriend who had become a semi-professional photographer. I learned all about f-stops and ISO speeds and all that gobbledegook (most of which I have forgotten, thanks to the digital age), and took pictures of EVERYTHING, from squirrels to sunsets.
Now that I live in this amazing place we call Buffalo Bill’s Cody/Yellowstone Country, I have opportunities to take pictures all the time! This area is so full of Kodak moments – wildlife and natural wonders abound. The pictures on this blog page are just some of the images I’ve captured over the past few years.
Because I know I’m not the only amateur photographer who’s proud of their work, I’m really excited about the photo contest that we’ve got running here at www.yellowstonecountry.org! All folks have to do is upload their favorite pictures of Yellowstone Country, along with a description of their experience, on our Buffalo Bill/Yellowstone Country Facebook Page and they will be instantly entered. It’s so easy! And the top five photos selected will be featured in the promotions on-line and otherwise to show others how incredible this part of the country is.
I’ll be signing off now – it’s the holidays, and there are moments just waiting to be captured on camera…
Lovin’ life in Cody Country,
Corrie N. Cody