Steve Guymon Photography


Wild Horses

Few objects symbolize the American West like free ranging, wild mustangs. Observing them on their native range allows you to feel and enjoy their freedom. Three bands exhibit traits from the orginial Spanish Conquistador horses. May they always run wild!

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Saskatchewan, Canada

It’s mind boggling to see tens of thousands of geese and ducks covering the Saskatchewan skies! For nearly two and one-half hours birds seemingly lined up to land in our decoys producing amazing flight images.

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Grand Teton National Park

Is there a more photogenic site than Grand Teton National Park in the autumn? Spectacular mountain vistas coupled with colorful autumn leaves makes landscape photography a joy – so many angles provide nearly unlimited compositions. Accomodating moose, elk, bears and small critters almost seem willing to pose. It’s understandable why so many people enjoy GTNP at this time of the year.


Having lived in Alaska for fifteen years, I was anxious to return with my digital camera. One week in Denali National Park was somewhat frustrating but yielded cloud free photographs of sunrises and sunsets on Mt. McKinley. One week in Lake Clark National Park produced hundreds of photographs of those amazing Alaskan coastal brown bears fishing for salmon.

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