Yellowstone - Part 2

by Gary Luker September. 25, 2019 160 views
The Moulton Barn - Early 1900's with Grand Teton mountains in the background

The Moulton Barn - Early 1900's with Grand Teton mountains in the background

Mama Moose feeding on water plants and giving me the eye

Mama Moose feeding on water plants and giving me the eye

A Mountain Goat far away in a deep canyon in the Beartooth mountains, MT

A Mountain Goat far away in a deep canyon in the Beartooth mountains, MT

Bison (NOT a buffalo:) strolling through the steamy geothermal area of Yellowstone near Old Faithful

Bison (NOT a buffalo:) strolling through the steamy geothermal area of Yellowstone near Old Faithful

Lower Yellowstone Falls - Note overlook at the top right of the falls. See how small those people are ! Falls are 308 feet high and is the most photographed and painted view in the Park

Lower Yellowstone Falls - Note overlook at the top right of the falls. See how small those people are ! Falls are 308 feet high and is the most photographed and painted view in the Park

A little Big Horn Sheep

A little Big Horn Sheep

A little American Pronghorn (NOT an antelope:)

A little American Pronghorn (NOT an antelope:)

Early morning Alpenglow on the Grand Tetons mountains

Early morning Alpenglow on the Grand Tetons mountains

Trumpeter Swan

Trumpeter Swan

Side shot of the Pika from Part 1...

Side shot of the Pika from Part 1...

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Diana Varey 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Great photos! I've only been to Yellowstone twice but each time realized what a beautiful place it was with photo opps around every corner. I want to go back and spend a whole week doing nothing but photographing.

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Heike 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Fantastic shots of this gorgeous landscape and it's animals!

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Gary Luker Replied to Heike 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Yep, it is a beautiful place.  I'll be returning to Yellowstone next year to try for some Wolf images.  The Yellowstone Gray Wolves have a wonderful story that begins with their virtual extinction in the 1940's and being re-introduced in the 1990's.  Now there are several wolf packs waiting for me to photograph them smile

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