A third-place winner in the Photographic Institute of the Yellowstone’s exhibit captures a subject near to photographer Jeanette Tasey’s heart: surgeons at work.
Jeanette Tasey’s photograph of Rose Williams in a South Philadelphia barroom won a second-place prize in the final exhibit of the Photographic Institute of the Yellowstone. The image is on display at Rocky Mountain College.
Tasey talks about her photography at the PIY exhibit at Rocky Mountain College, where she won several awards.
Tasey’s photograph of a 2-year-old girl in South Philadelphia was the winning entry in the black and white category of the Photographic Institute of the Yellowstone’s final exhibition.
Glacier National Park Ranger Tim Rains said farewell to the park for the season by posting a video containing some of his photography of the park.
“A View without a Room,” a program designed to teach photography skills to those experiencing homelessness and who are formerly homeless, begins Friday at del Alma Gallery, 2507 Montana Ave. The opening is from 5 to 8 p.m.
Photographer Ken Jarecke is holding a one-night sale of his prints on Friday at Bin 119.
U.S. Troops wade through water and Nazi gunfire during the D-Day landing in Normandy, France, on June 6, 1944.
Rodeo riders and Bucking Horse Sale workers crowd the gates to watch the action.
Elise Garberg, 2, of Bozeman watches a gecko at the Museum of the Rockies’ Tails to Toepads exhibit. The exhibit features 75 individual geckos from 18 distinct species.
Trey Peterson, 6, of Helena watches Tokay geckos at the Museum of the Rockies’ Geckos - Tails to Toepads exhibit. The exhibit features 75 individual geckos from 18 distinct species.
Big muskie flies can measure more than 18 inches long.
Schneider spins the buck tail around the hook to spread it out.
Chris Schneider holds a tiger muskie fly that he made using dyed feathers and dyed hair from a deer tail. He said the eyes are an important detail that encourages muskies to bite.
Chris Schneider ties a tiger muskie fly using dyed feathers and dyed hair from a white-tailed deer’s tail.
Chris Schneider holds up some of the flies he tied that he uses to to try and catch the elusive tiger muskie in Montana or the native muskie of Wisconsin.
Courtship flutes in various stages of the creation process sit on Jay Old Mouse's workbench.
Keeper and maker of the Cheyenne courtship flute Jay Old Mouse plays a courtship flute that he made.
A Cheyenne courtship flute made by Jay Old Mouse sits on a display on Old Mouse's kitchen table.