31 Dec
2013
Ian Plant By
Posted in: General, Yellowstone    3 Comments

FREE Yellowstone eBook

Yellowstone is a world beyond our own, emerging from the mists of time as a remnant of days long past. Here, the engines of creation still churn, steaming with all the fury of the gods of old.  It is a place of deadly inspiration, and a window into the primitive soul of Earth.

Every year, I spend several weeks in Yellowstone, searching for a way to capture the hidden essence of this wondrous place.  Each time I visit, I discover some new aspect of the park that I had missed before, some obscured facet that, when successfully captured by my camera’s sensor, emerges to tell a new story about Yellowstone, and helps slowly but surely shape my picture of the whole.

I’ve just released a new eBook called Yellowstone: Light and Life, which features some of my favorite photographs from Yellowstone. This book is completely FREE, and my gift to you in celebration of the holiday season. Enjoy!

P.S. LAST DAY! Everything at my eStore is 15% OFF until the end of the year. Use code DECEMBER to get your discount. Thanks for all your support this year; here’s hoping that 2014 will be even better!

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Ian PlantAbout Ian Plant (391 Posts)

Ian Plant's photographs and instructional articles have appeared in a number of books, calendars, and magazines, including Outdoor Photographer and Popular Photography. Ian writes a regular blog column for Outdoor Photographer online, and he is the author of numerous instructional eBooks and videos. Ian leads several photo tours each year.


3 Comments

  • Thanksm and happy new year!! :D

  • Last fall my wife and I drove from Maine to Wyoming only to arrive at Yellowstone on October 1st – the day the national parks closed due to the government shutdown. Thank you for the free e-book. Now I know what I missed. Happy New Year to you and the Dreamscapes team!

  • Thanks for the free Yellowstone e-book. Spent a few days at Yellowstone in late September 2011 and can’t wait to go back. The trip was a two month cross-country tour from Maine to Vancouver Island covering as much as possible in between. It was a very good overview but now we need to fill the details and Yellowstone will require weeks, not days to absorb.
    I always look forward to your photos in magazine articles and occasionally visit your web site. Beautiful photography. Maybe we’ll cross paths in Maine on one of your trips “Downeast”.