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Domont Studio Gallery

Collections of stunning photographs from Yellowstone are currently on display at the Domont Studio Gallery.  In the true Ansel Adams vein, these works capture the vast Yellowstone wild: Trees and bison are dwarfed against the epic backdrop of the rolling hills and jutting mountains. “Around the Bend,” by Pete Howard, shows a cool creek as it meanders through the snowy prairie, cropped against the tree-lined hills. The bare pine trees swarm the hillside in droves; each made a measly little stick in the vast wild that surrounds it. John Domont’s “Moon Gate” captures that perfect moment where a pale moon, embraced by wispy purple clouds, hovers above the mountains against a day-lit sky. A few sparse pine tree limbs jut from the foreground, drawing into sharp focus the depth that is captured in this image. “On the March” is a rare close-up of a bison as it trudges up the mountain. Its tongue falls to the side of its mouth and snow reflects in its beady eyes. The bison is large and looming and the mountains are dwarfed behind him. These works are epic and inspiring — a must see for landscape photography admirers. Through June 30; 317-685-9634

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