Made in Montana Lithographic Card Sets by Wild Hare Photos
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Hobie has been wandering the Northern Rockies and Intermontain West since 1992, and enjoys being outside, regardless of the weather, exploring nature with others. He worked as an interpretive park ranger for eight seasons in Yellowstone, the mother ship of all national parks. He also worked six seasons as an instructor and naturalist guide with the Yellowstone Association Institute, which allowed him to share the Front- and backcountry wonders of the world's first nation park with people of all ages.
He is a photographer, writer, educator and communicator by trade and training, and it's a rather long, tangential story as to how he ended up in Montana and has made helping others deepen and strengthen their connection with nature his passion and life's focus.
Check out the website to see Hobie's lithographic Cards & Sets. He has donated 2 sets of "Yellowstone in Summer" and "Yellowstone in Winter" representing the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
The website is wildharephotos.com
www.wildharephotos.com/whp-lithocards1.php is a direct link to the pictures.
A set includes one of each of the following cards: "Wolf Tracks", "Grizz Country", "Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone", and "Slough Creek, Septermber", along with four mailing envelopes. They are suitable for sending, framing or as gift stes.
Also included is the new set of four high quality "Yellowstone in Winter" lithographic print cards: "Ghost Trees", "Castle Geyser", "Raven Catching Old Faithful", and "Winter View from Fishing Bridge".
All envelopes are blank inside and come with a mailing envelope and a plastic sleeve. Each one features a matte finish 4" x 6" photograph on the front of the card, is individually signed, and is suitable for matting and framing. The whole card is 5" x 7".