Photography Gallery

Welcome to Craig W. Tidball Photography

For a look at more recent photography featuring a collection of recent travel photographs visit Craig W. Tidball Photography at the Devonshire Media page at Smugmug. Click here: Devonshire Media. The link will take you away from the Canatara Chronicles site.

The photography below initiates a gallery of wide format photographs. All of these photographs were taken using the Nikon D90. Check back to see new photographs added from time to time.

Reflections of Jasper National Park

Lake near Jasper in Jasper National Park

Columbia Ice Fields with the Mighty Shuttles

Banff Daisies

Candy Apple Red – Banff

Banff from Sulpher Mountain – Banff National Park

Sulpher Mountain Top View – Banff National Park

Above Lake Louise – Banff

Peyto Lake – Banff

Northern Mountains for Sulpher Mountain – Banff

Sit and Reflect – Jasper National Park

Lake Louise and Ski Trails

Mountain Goats of Lake Minnewanka – Banff

Canoes at Lake Louise – Banff

Lake Louise Morning – Banff

The meandering stream is commonplace throughout Yellowstone. Fly fishermen dot the banks and if you wait another 20 minutes you'll see elk passing through.

The meandering stream is commonplace throughout Yellowstone. Fly fishermen dot the banks and if you wait another 20 minutes you’ll see elk passing through.

At the southern end of Yellowstone the lake waters touch the geyser pools. In fact, standing on the shore you can see geyser pools just below the surface.

In the northern section of the park the road passes by this formation where the columned rocks breakaway from the face. Across the road is a shallow parking area, a rope barrier and a sign reading “Do Not Step Beyond this Point”. Earlier that year a woman had stepped across for a photo and fell to her death.

All life is interesting in Yellowstone.

The beautiful colors of the geyser pools.

The buffalo are common place but far from docile. We had just come from the parking lot where an over-anxious amateur photographer got too close as the animal wandered between the cars.. The buffalo made a quick turn and attempted to butt the man. He escaped by literally inches.

We took an early morning photo safari out of Mammoth Springs in northern Yellowstone. The early morning light illuminated the mineral falls.

One of my favorite photographs. We gathered after dinner for the expected eruption of Castle Geyser. As we waited for the eruption zone a storm moved in and temperatures dropped and rain fell. A number of people left. As we held on the storm passed beyond us and the bright late afternoon sun illuminated the white jet stream. The contrasting colors were amazing. I didn’t have enough memory cards so was rapidly removing marginal photos to make room for this moment.

New Hampshire Reflections – 2006

Sunrise at Mammoth Springs – Yellowstone

Marshmellow Roast at Mammoth Springs – Yellowstone

Sue by Quiet Waters near Mammoth Springs – Yellowstone

Apache Lake near Apache Junction, AZ

Superstition Mountain Museum near Apache Junction, AZ

Sedona Red Rocks, Sedona, AZ

Sedona Red Rocks, Sedona, AZ

Apache Lake near Apache Junction, AZ

Sedona Red Rocks, Sedona, AZ

Autumn Mirror – New Hampshire – 2006Bretton Woods Morning – New Hampshire – 2006

South African Sunset – Paul Kruger National Park

Your Lion Eyes. Sabi Sabi Game Preserve – South Africa 2007

Leopard Watch. Sabi Sabi Game Preserve – South Africa 2007

“Cherry Coke” A Hoosier Ice Storm – Northern Indiana

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7 thoughts on “Photography Gallery

  1. Craig, these are incredible! Wow – you have a great gift! Every photo has memories, I’m sure. Thanks for sharing these.

    • That Lightroom program is amazing. I started there then moved the cropped version to Photoshop for final touches and lettering. The wide look was started by the blog which only takes wide ones for the page banners. The more I looked at them the more I appreciated the dimension. It cuts a lot of pictures out of contention but I’ll work those in to another page format.

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