Still Roaming (About this image) Buffalo near Evergreen CO. The temperature this day was about 4 or 5f and the metal of the tripod was having nasty habit of sticking to my fingers. Moving the aperture ring with frost bit fingers is a challenge 🙂 Like this:Like Loading... Share This Story 32 Responses to “Still Roaming” Otto K. February 18th, 2009 too cold and very cool. Reply Terry H. February 18th, 2009 Wonderful contrasts. The light is awesome. Great shot! Reply Ankush. February 18th, 2009 I can feel the cold here in tropical climate of Mumbai. Nice framing. Reply Fritsch February 18th, 2009 Will, this is what I would call the perfect capture. Thanks for freezing and sharing this one. Makes me want to leave Berlin right away to where the buffaloe roam. All the best & safe travels, Fritsch. By the way. You got my vote because you deserve it! Reply John Maslowski February 18th, 2009 Know the feeling Will, just started using hand warmers, they work great. Beautiful capture of this incredible buffalo. Love the dark contrasts, especially against the snow. Stunning side profile, excellent shot. Reply sherri February 18th, 2009 I can't take the cold like that. What a magnificent animal. Don't know if it's your image or the buffalo, but I've never seen one so black. It's gorgeous. Reply Turnbill February 18th, 2009 Beautiful capture – they're so prehistoric looking. Love the processing. Reply rian February 18th, 2009 witnessing one in real life must be something.. this shot is just awesome.. great work and keep warm! ;D Reply CushmoK February 18th, 2009 impressive capture…strong and beauty.. Reply cako February 18th, 2009 Very cool photo. I like the hard constrasts and the vignetting. Reply Mohamadreza February 18th, 2009 Kinda spooky hehe nicely framed. Reply Raffi February 19th, 2009 Great shot! Perfect processing! Reply Andres February 19th, 2009 Love this image. Such a beautiful animal!!! Reply Ivar February 19th, 2009 Great shot, the silhouette and light is very cool. Reply Calusarus February 19th, 2009 An impressive silhouette. Reply cristina venedict February 19th, 2009 expressive image!!! Reply Nick February 19th, 2009 Well done. The blue make sit feel very cold. Reply Nicki February 19th, 2009 Mystic – and full off a strong “mans” soul. This proudly silouette pick ups my hole attention, well done! Reply Roger February 19th, 2009 Very cool Reply david February 19th, 2009 wow. brilliant. so reminds me of those pioneer photos from the 19th century. Reply BoB February 19th, 2009 wow, fantastic, it seems very cold scene Reply Marcie February 19th, 2009 WOW! Didn't think these creatures still roamed the wild. Love the silhouette. Reply EYES WIDE SHUT February 19th, 2009 What a magnificent beast. This was worth fighting the elements for, what a stunning and beautiful portrait. A fave for sure. First class…and then some! Reply Susan February 19th, 2009 A very strong image…excellent! Reply Phototherapy February 19th, 2009 Great toning and impressive animal, I like this shot! SwissCharles Reply Arjan - PlasticDaisy February 19th, 2009 Wow raw power captured perfectly! Tones and vignette are really nice here! Reply Kristian February 20th, 2009 It truly is an impressive animal. Love the postprocessing you've done. Reply Toni February 20th, 2009 You can almost feel the cold with your capture. Well done! Reply Nicolas February 20th, 2009 Great shot ! The animal seems unreal ! Reply crash February 20th, 2009 I love it!! great tones and silhoulette Reply grant February 23rd, 2009 i love this. we have some near here. i've never gotten a good photo though. can't tell you how much i like this. Reply Claus Petersen February 23rd, 2009 I just love this silhouette of this great beast in this winter landscape! Reply Share Your Thoughts Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Mail (required) (will not be published) Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.