Not exactly certain of what this image is trying to convey. It seems as if it was taken from a moving vehicle. The entire image is blurry, with trees poking into the field of view that are distracting from the overall landscape - which could be captured well if time were taken in doing so. Take time with the image next time, and make sure you get a clear image, adjusting the shutter speed as necessary. Including more horizon and sky would add to the composition of this image. Over all this image confuses me.
This is a very bright picture, and I think it works well with what type of picture it is. The blues of the thermal features and sky are beautiful, especially in contrast with the white and grey of the surrounding soil. This picture has many layers landscape that lead you through the image well. It also uses the rule of thirds effectively.
This is a fun picture! The black and white suits it extremely well. The twig bundle is crystal clear, leaving everything else blurred, yet you can still see what is out there. Even though it is black and white you can tell there are many different colors and tones captured in the landscape. The rule of thirds is not followed precisely here, however the image still is very aesthetically pleasing.
This image is an incredibly creative perspective to capture a geyser, in my opinion. The composition of the image is great, the rule of thirds is clear. The steam covering the entire middle of the image, yet retaining depth with in the steam is very intriguing. The colors are powerful and do not overwhelm the image. This is a great image, and I like looking at it.
This is a great sunset image. It truly captures the essence of Montana and the beauty of the west. The inclusion of the silhouetted tree works well, adding needed detail to a beautiful background. While the rule of thirds is not apparent here, you could argue that the sunset could be broken into thirds effectively. The colors are great and diverse. Overall a good exposure.
This is a very cool image of the mud-pots in Yellowstone National Park. Clearly a very fast shutter speed was used, and it worked. The boiling mud is perfectly clear. The rule of thirds is applied vertically here, which is a nice change. The could be more color here, but the image still works very well, capturing the essence the mud-pots effectively.
This is a very cool picture. I love stars and this image captures them quite well. I would be interested to see what it looks like in color, however the black and white still works well. The rule of thirds is here. The rock clearly leads your eye through the image up into the stars and the milky way.
This picture captures the moment in the mountains quite well. The weather complements the landscape well. The crossing line of rock in the left corner adds perspective to really put you in that place in that time. The rule of thirds are used here well. The colors of the lake, sky, clouds, and hills all contrast each other well to give the picture a great feel.
This is a great picture of the Montana prairie. The colors are great, the image is clear, the landscape is great as well. The only flaw is the camera's perspective. If the tree was farther to the left, it would improve the composition of the image greatly. Also, if the image were taken from a higher perspective, it would provide a clearer view of the mountains and eliminate the problem of the rocks blocking the view.
This picture uses colors and lines very well. The colors pop. Not to much, not to little. Also, the crossing diagonal lines in the hills are great. The rule of thirds seems to be present here as well.