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Black Bear Munches on Wildflowers by Tony Hake
Fireweed By Rushing Waters by Tony Hake
Contemplative American Pika by Tony Hake
Cormorant Calamity by Tony Hake
Cluster of Cormorants Take Flight by Tony Hake
Red Sun on the Colorado Plains by Tony Hake
Grizzly Bear in the Tetons by Tony Hake
Grizzly Bear Keeping Close Watch by Tony Hake
Big Female Grizzly Keeping Watch by Tony Hake
Grizzly Bear Cub Hides Behind Mama by Tony Hake
Grizzly Bear and Her Cubs Graze for Breakfast by Tony Hake
Grizzly Bear and Her Two Cubs by Tony Hake
Reflections at Schwabacher Landing by Tony Hake
Schwabacher Landing in the Early Morning by Tony Hake
Tetons in Black and White by Tony Hake
Moose Calf Smiles in the Tetons by Tony Hake
Moose Cow Hides Under Water by Tony Hake
Bull Moose on the Run Along the Gros Ventre River by Tony Hake
Marmot in the Tetons by Tony Hake
Spotted Sand Piper on the Gros Ventre River by Tony Hake
Least Chipmunk Checking Things Out by Tony Hake
Least Chipmunk Nibbles a Morsel by Tony Hake
Uinta Ground Squirrel Stands Tall by Tony Hake
Pronghorn Fawn on the Run in Yellowstone by Tony Hake
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About Tony Hake
My name is Tony and I am a Denver native, a proud veteran of the United States Navy, an IT manager, a weather geek and of course a photographer.
My interest in photography started in high school and was spurred on by my parents generously giving me my first SLR for Christmas one year. That Canon AE-1 Program took an awful lot of pictures as I dabbled in my then-new hobby.
Since then, a camera has never been far from my side. A Canon EOS 620 accompanied me to the Persian Gulf and many other locations domestic and abroad when I was in the military. That was followed by an EOS 20D, a Rebel and now to a 60D.
Those cameras have captured the roar of military aircraft taking off of an aircraft carrier, a golden-topped mosque in Oman, amazing mountain vistas from above timberline, the fury of tornadoes ripping across ranchland, our national bird taking flight and many other scenes that have moved me.
As much as I might wish I could make a living traveling and taking pictures, that is not the case and I do have a '9-5' job. That however has not kept me from putting a camera to my face and snapping the shutter at every opportunity.