A great day in Yellowstone National Park with my photographer friends Peter and Dick.
It was a foggy and frosty morning.
We caught the sunrise over the Madison River.
Captured some images of a buffalo with a severely injured right hind leg.
Watched and photographed more elk in the early morning light.
Got some images of a Mountain Bluebird along with the elk.
Dick spotted a Bald Eagle and a Kingfisher.
Got the vertical of the buffalo from the back window of Dick’s car.
The 26th was another long day of driving around Yellowstone.
From West Yellowstone to Madison to Norris to Mammoth Hot Springs to Tower-Roosevelt to Lamar Valley to Pebble Creek Campground and back to Canyon Village to Norris to Madison and finally West Yellowstone.
The bison environment shot was taken between Norris and Mammoth Hot Springs.
Construction along this route.
Elk pictures were taken in Mammoth Hot Springs.
Bison head shot along the road outside of Mammoth Hot Springs.
First waterfalls picture is Undine Falls.
Second waterfalls is Wraith Falls, a short half mile hike in, making it a one mile round trip.
The bison looking up at me was at the Petrified Tree pullout.
More bison near the Tower-Roosevelt area and in the Lamar Valley.
Aspens in Lamar Valley.
Of course plenty of bison poop.
Be careful not to step in some!
Saw Pronghorn Antelopes and Bison in Lamar Valley.
No wolves or bears for me to see except the sign of the wolves.
Found a Little Guy Tear Drop Trailer in the campground near Tower-Roosevelt.
Full moon at the Grizzly RV Campground site.
When driving out of the Colter Bay Campground, I was greeted by one of the local red fox.
Instead of following the Yellow Brick Road, you follow the Bison Poop Road in Yellowstone.
Just before reaching my destination of West Yellowstone, Montana, I was treated to a viewing of a bald eagle.
The last picture is me at my new campsite in the Grizzly RV Park.
On Wednesday, the 23rd, I stayed at the KOA Campground at Jackson-Snake River.
Worked on my recent photographs and updated my blog.
I washed and dried my dirty laundry.
I prepared the Element and MyPod for another part of my journey to the Colter Bay RV Campground at the north end of the Tetons just before entering Yellowstone National Park at the South Entrance.
When my friends Peter and Kim returned from a day in the Grand Tetons National Park, they shared some apples and cheese and a beer along with good conversation.
On the 21st, I watched a cow moose in the morning on Moose-Wilson Road.
Captured the bird and pronghorn antelope on the Gros Ventre Campground Road.
When you see a “Road Closed” sign that just means it’s a hiking trail right?
Did not say “Private Property!
Captured the bison couple across from a horse ranch.