Entries Tagged ‘Yellowstone’:

Portrait of a Bison

To follow up on yesterday’s post, here’s a close-up shot of an American Bison.  (In retrospect, maybe 5 ft was a bit “too” close but I was inside a car.)
So what does one do with a partial image of a (dangerous) moving subject that doesn’t quite fit in the viewfinder? How about framing most [...]

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My (bear) story –and I’m sticking to it :)

See the story behind the photo as it appeared on ProNature Photographer

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Unseen Yellowstone

Reviewing /reworking images from my Yellowstone visit of a couple of years ago…
Everyone wants to capture a unique image, of course, and so did I, but with 9 million visitor days each year… how is that even possible?
Turns out it isn’t as hard as it may sound. But… the only way to see something [...]

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Bear Tales

We spotted each other almost simultaneously at ~ 100 yds. He was near the edge of a forest, next to a road. I was in a parking lot by the side of the same road. It was just him and I, not too early in the day, around 6:30AM early enough to [...]

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Old Faithful at Night

When president Obama visited Old Faithful in August of ‘09 the secret service had to clear out an area for him and his family on the nearby platform, from which they could catch a glimpse of this geothermal wonder. I imagine they could barely hear the ‘breathing’-like sound of the monstrous forces at [...]

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Yellowstone Scenics

In mid May we re-visited two of my favorite National parks: Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons. Enough snow remained on the ground to enhance the already breath-taking scenery.
I finally got a chance to finish a few images from there. This is one of them (a great American Icon) Click on the image for access to [...]

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