Wild Planet Photo Magazine – Issue 23 • September 2015
What makes The September Issue truly special is the emphasis we’ve placed on featuring new work by our readers and followers. The deadline for entries was tight but the response was fantastic with hundreds of images uploaded to our website. The wonderful variety and impressive quality of work submitted made choosing the final selection a very difficult but hugely enjoyable task. The result is now in front of you, with seven special themed photo galleries that I am honoured to share. If you missed out, don’t worry. The September Issue is here to stay! We will definitely do it again next year. In the meantime, enjoy the issue and please spread the word.
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The MPAA is made up of some of the finest western artists in the northwest.
Friday Night Reception: 6pm to 10pm. Meet the Artists! Free admission, Complimentary Hors d’Oeuvres, No-Host Bar.
Saturday hours: 10am – 6pm Bitterroot Trout Unlimited casting clinic and fly tying demonstration. Public welcome!
Sunday hours: 10am – 4pm
The MPAA is made up of some of the finest western artists in the northwest. Our work features the western way of life in oil paintings, pastels, watercolor, photography and bronzes. Portraying western characters, Native Americans, wildlife and western landscapes, these Montana artists can be found in galleries and western art shows throughout the United States.
As a certified Montana Master Naturalist, Merle wants to photograph nature in Montana’s mountains, plains, rivers and more to document the beauty and status of Montana’s natural world. The photographic journal will serve as documentation and educational material for school programs in a naturalist curriculum for youth and adults. Her goal is to gather photographs and information then catalog and write about the state of nature in Montana in 2015 and 2016. Travel, gear, time and equipment will be costly. Any help would be much appreciated. Thus far she has voluntarily shared naturalist photos and information with Montana Natural History Center (and the schools they serve), Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, and Montana Natural Heritage Program. There is so much more to do on this project.
Merle Loman’s photography is how she shares nature through a naturalist’s lens. Science, documentation and art can describe photography and the study of natural history. She is passionate about them both. Photography is how Merle captures visual art, the art of the moment, and acutely records experiences with nature. As a naturalist photographer, she strives to create photographs that are sharply focused, detailed, simple in composition, and that instill a connection between humans and nature. Her photographs record ordinary everyday subjects with a sense of artistry.
Cow elk and calf in western Montana in June. Sweet motherly love.
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The Skalkaho Highway is a forty-five mile drive that runs between the Bitterroot Valley and the Philipsburg Valley, in the Sapphire Mountains in southwest Montana. Skalkaho Pass is 7,248 elevation. The boardwalk is making a walkway through a peat bog to Mud Lake.
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Montana’s beautiful Flathead Lake.
West shore of Flathead Lake Img_0086:
East shore of Flathead Lake IMG_8576-2-sw:
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Some facts about Flathead Lake in Montana
Flathead Lake is the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi River in the contiguous United States, taking Red Lake and Lake of the Woods to be north of the Mississippi River, rather than west of the river. Wikipedia
Bison cow and calf – Lamar Valley in YNP in late October. Img_1055
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Finish choices for metal are High Gloss or Satin (with the white background, I think I would choose Satin). Metal prints have a float mount (hanger) on the back.
The below sizes don’t need cropping but you can chose a different size and crop it to your liking. Here are some prices for metal prints that you will see when you hit the “buy” button.