My first time in Yellowstone during the winter! Coyote I saw today
Never enough airplane wing shots over Yellowstone. ✈️🏔
After a hearty meal of willows next to Soda Butte Creek in Round Prairie, this old bull moose needs to take a nap and chill in the snow.
Bison cow and yearling make their way through the snow frosted sage near Slough Creek.
Coyotes are becoming one of my favorite subjects. Great survivors in spite of all the abuse people have offered.
In case you forgot what summer looks like here's a nice cinnamon black bear cooling off in the Lamar River.
Junction Butte Pack wolf 907F scent trailing in the snow of Lamar Valley.
Chilly mountain air, hot, toasty pool.
Bald eagles on an elk carcass, last winter in Yellowstone’s northern range. This scene attracted more eagles, coyotes, magpies, and ravens than I’ve ever seen in one spot.
🇨🇵 après avoir vu le Grand Canyon de Yellowstone, le Grand Prismatic (voir les précédents posts et la vidéo sur la chaîne Youtube, lien dans la bio) nous découvrons un 3e haut lieu du parc de Yellowstone connu dans le monde entier : le Old Faithful
Un geyser qui entre en éruption toutes les heures environ, avec une prédiction de +/- 10min d'où son nom de vieux fidèle. Il est situé dans la zone Upper Geyser Basin qui est la zone qui possède la plus grosse concentration de geysers au monde
🇺🇸 After Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Grand Prismatic (see previous post or YouTube channel link in bio) now it's time for another big spot in Yellowstone national park : Old Faithful geyser, it erupts every hour with a precision of +/-10 minutes, from here come the name
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Geyser steam and sunsets go together pretty well.
How great would it be to have your own portable geyser for these shots all the time🧐
A seldom man made marvel in the magical terrains of the Yellowstone, all to make the place so much more accessible while preserving the raw, remaining true to the aim of national park service!
One of the many fascinating animals we’ve been able to observe during our 6 days in #yellowstonenationalpark
We were lucky enough to spend about ten minutes watching her.
The coyote came down to this stream for a drink of water. The water is warmed and remains open in winter due to geothermal activity. 1DX Mark II, EF 600 III
Coyote Mousing in Lamar Valley.
Hoarfrost in Lamar Valley.
Just to remind you what spring looks like here's a shot of Mrs Badger and her kits.
The yeti was just here! He ordered a cocktail, downed it, and left it before we could snatch him! Don't worry, we'll find him with your help tomorrow...
Pano 2 of 3 - CLICK NAME TO SEE FULL PANO. Hayden Valley is one of those magical locations in a magical place. Beautiful in scenery and a haven for wildlife, it’s one of those locations that holds a special place in my heart.