Photography

Big Sky photographer Mike Haring fits right in with this shot of bighorn sheep.

The art of his adventure

Mike Haring stuffed $600 in his pocket and bought a one-way ticket to Europe when he was 21 years old. He stayed for 13 months – surviving by playing music on the streets.

“This was 1985,” he explained. “There were no cell phones; no credit cards.”

Arrowleaf Balsamroot Sunset. This vibrant photo was taken at 8:45 p.m. in early June. After putting the kids to bed Coyle noticed the sunset was building so he headed up to a spot that overlooks Jack Creek, Ennis, and the Madison Valley. This group of arrowleaf balsamroot stuck out from the sage brush, so captured the magic. It was published as a full page image in a Montana Outdoors photo issue.

Just go shoot

If you follow Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks on Instagram, you’ve probably seen Ennis photographer Ed Coyle’s work recently. He was invited by FWP to “take over” the feed in late February and early March, highlighting his Montana winter with photos of cougars, landscapes and more. 

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