On the way to work one day, I saw the soft morning sun shining through the lupines.
Later on in the same day, I used the OM 50 f1.4 lens to photograph this trio of Aspen Sunflowers (Helianthella quinquenervis).
White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) outside my cabin as I work doing work inside.
On July 4th, I avoided the crowds and went for a hike around Lake Irwin and then did fieldwork afterwards.
Lake Irwin appeared to be a popular camping area as there were several campsites and people were fishing, kayaking, and paddle-boarding on the lake.
I lost the trail around the lake for a bit and ended up hiking upwards instead. Gorgeous view nonetheless.