Buddy Bison’s Photography Corner
"While serving as an official National Park Service photographer, I was fortunate to be assigned to more than 100 different national park units across our beautiful country. In my travels, I've hiked across lava flows and climbed glaciers, I've stood atop Mt. Rushmore and waded the swamps of the Everglades. I've literally seen it all. All along the way, I captured thousands of images and learned a lot of things about photography in the parks. The prettiest light is when the sun is low in the sky. Whether it's a sunrise or sunset, when the sun is near the horizon, the low angle of light best shows off the deep texture of the earth. Photographers call the half hour before and after sunrise and sunset the 'golden hour'. Mid-day light seems rather 'flat' by comparison."