One of the most exciting animals to see in Yellowstone is, without a doubt, wolves. I’ve been fortunate enough to see them the past 3 winter visits, but from a much greater distance. However, this year, with the help of an amazing guide, we were able to sit in the snow and observe this amazing pack of wolves for several hours. After some incredible photographs of the Wapiti wolf pack feeding on a bison carcass, we were lucky enough to have this gorgeous member of the wolf pack come a little bit closer for just a few moments. .
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Sometimes a photographing from the ground gives a different perspective of a rather common scene. Here I kept my Tripod to the lowest possible height to get as close to the ground as piss le to photograph this bear in the blue hour.
Wayback Machine Monday. The time machine has found us what I thought might be an abandoned movie lot, although I've seen another reference that stated that the person who owned this was a sculptor. Regardless, the place is strange and surreal, particularly at night!
Waterfalls in the mid-day sun tend to be tough to photograph, add in a cave and it took a lot of effort to capture all the detail in this scene.
This was our third hike of Yesterday. So happy to be living nearer to the beautiful forests of Victoria but my legs were a little sore today.
“Wyoming Wonders” – Fond memories of special trips is always a treat. And so it is when I look back on that summer road trip that took me and the girls (my Labs) to the Tetons where I captured this image.