Colorado Outdoors ‘Photography Issue’ Now Available!

This wildly popular issue, available every Nov/Dec, features more than a hundred photos from some of the nation's top wildlife photographers.

Photo Issue 2013 coverIf a “picture is worth a thousand words,” then the Colorado Outdoors “2013 Photography Issue” is worth a million. This wildly popular issue, available every Nov/Dec, features more than a hundred photos from some of the nation’s top wildlife photographers. Every page takes you on a visual journey and brings you up close and personal with some of Colorado’s most amazing wildlife species. To order this year’s photography issue or to purchase a yearly subscription to Colorado Outdoors, call 1-800-417-8986.

Have you ever wondered what it takes to become a professional wildlife photographer? Don’t miss this in-depth interview with wildlife photographer Vic Schendel. Schendel, a frequent contributor to Colorado Outdoors magazineexplains the dedication and long hours required to capture those once-in-a-lifetime images and shares stories behind some of his favorite photographs. Big-game hunters will appreciate Schendel’s exceptional images of elk, bighorn sheep, deer and moose.

View the video below to see a montage of all the photos appearing in this year’s photography issue. Photos compiled by Wayne D. Lewis, Editor, Colorado Outdoors Magazine.

3 Responses

  1. I would love to know what is up with the picture on page 16 & 17 of the photography issue??? I’m a librarian at an elementary school and I have already had a few kids catch this – how do I explain to them what is going on with this big horn sheep?

    1. Hi Janel, Thanks so much for your comment. I’m glad you and your students enjoyed the magazine. The photo in which you are referring is simply a ewe (female) bighorn sheep that is standing in front of a ram (male) bighorn sheep. The angle is just perfect to create an optical illusion of what appears to be a “four-eyed” sheep. I hope this clears things up a bit!

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