Guess where? Hint: it’s the Grand Canyon but not THE Grand Canyon. It’s actually in Yellowstone NP and is home to three huge waterfalls that are double the height of Niagara Falls! Imagine that. Pictured are the Lower falls 🌊🌊
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📸 Nikon D90 | 18-105mm | 1/50 sec | f/7.1 | ISO 200
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I should probably get up early a little more often. Cathedral Group, GTNP.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I love shooting animals because of how natural they are in front of a camera. They do their own thing and you never know what kind of a shot you’re going to get.
This was taken in Yellowstone National Park. We just happened to pull over to take some photos of the landscape, and managed to see these Grizzlies working their way up the hill, then onto the road towards us. Shortly after this was shot, they headed up the hill to the left and out of sight but what an experience it was to watch them for a good 20 minutes.
It took a lot of determination and toughness to reach the falls but once. You come back beaten, exhausted, and with more scratches than a cat's post. Good reason why not many people would sign up for the venture again.
In comes @j.p.peterson with not only the courage to help lead our second journey, but also with the clutch ride across Jackson Lake for our small hiking party. I cannot wait to be back in the Tetons this summer and lead our fellow employees into the unknown with this guy!
Bison tracks on Grand Prismatic Hot Spring in Yellowstone
Did you know that Grand Prismatic is the largest hot spring in the U.S. and the third largest in the world!? Who knows the largest and second largest hot springs in the world?
📸: Wildlife Expeditions Director, Patrick Leary (@patreekl )
The historic Moulton Barn rests in the shadows of the magnificent Teton mountain range. It is difficult to describe the feelings that surface while surrounded by such beauty. In that moment, you have never felt so alive.
7 days ago8117
Does standing on 3 feet of snow, on top of a frozen lake, count as walking on water??🤔