More blogging and photos from my Yellowstone trip, ft. the Norris Geyser Basin. No filter needed for the trees charred from smoke and sulfur filling the air🌬
Voted Wyoming’s deadliest hot tub 7 years running
Sometimes in Yellowstone, nature gets up close and personal. While in a bison jam this bison walked up and started to use the hood of the car as a scratching post! #experienceyellowstone
Yellowstone is a great place to see geysers, falls, valleys, and, of course, wildlife! Getting to see these beautiful bison (no they aren't buffalos) up close and personal was such a unique experience. (Note - Zoom is a beautiful thing, always make sure to keep a safe distance away from wildlife for both your safety and theirs.)
Yellowstone is more than just Geysers and Bison. It’s a land rich in texture and saturation. I really like the calm pools and marsh land that are scattered throughout the region. Sometimes the most interesting things are not what are above, but below.
I used to be afraid of being alone, but...
Bull elk at sunrise on the Madison River, September 2014