Storm clouds over Steptoe Butte

Clouds over Steptoe Butte from Scott Wood on Vimeo.

We spent the long Memorial Day weekend with my family in Northern Idaho.  It was my niece and nephews high school graduation and a great time to simply relax and unwind with people who are very important to me.  We weren’t able to spend as much time as we would have liked to since we had to get home for work on Tuesday morning, but I did take a pit stop at Steptoe Butte to make a short time lapse video of the really great looking skies.

I have more images from the weekend that I will be sharing here, as well as a blog post about something that I think was really cool about the weekend over on my non-photo blog, that I will be sharing as soon as I return back home from a week long work trip to Arizona.

In the meantime, I will be making a #WayBackMachine post or two.

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3 Comments

  1. Jim Denham May 31, 2013 at 4:42 am #

    Nice stop! Looks like an awesome location and the cloud movement was really cool!

    • ScottWood May 31, 2013 at 8:58 am #

      Thanks Jim. The funny thing is that the Palouse is one of those iconic photo destinations and I had the luxury of growing up very close to it. Amazing the things you can take for granted if you let yourself.

  2. Michael Criswell June 4, 2013 at 9:10 am #

    Nicely done, I just never seem to have the patience for these time lapse movies
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    […] Storm clouds over Steptoe Butte – this time lapse production by Scott Wood features the Steptoe Butte as really interesting clouds whisk overhead.  The dynamic nature of the setting really comes to life in this short video presentation. […]

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