yellowstone, part 1

Forgive the lack of processing, but I so wanted to start sharing these photos from my trip to Yellowstone National Park last week!

For more photos in this series, click here.

The might bison, once on the edge of extinction, is interbred with another breed and rises again in the west, content to sit on roadsides and chew grass all day. It took us 3 hours to drive to the Lamar Valley to see this herd.

Bison in the Lamar Valley, Yellowstone National Park

Bison in the Lamar Valley, Yellowstone National Park

A sight well-earned, only possible by hiking into the backcountry. Most people never leave the paved path.

A waterfall in the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone

A waterfall in the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone

Slightly off the beaten path from Old Faithful, the reliable but lesser-known Castle Geyser lives up to its name.

Castle Geyser blows its lid.

Castle Geyser blows its lid.

The Grand Tetons in Grand Teton National Park call my name.

cathedral group_grand tetons

The Grand Tetons and the Cathedral group make their first appearance.

This bull elk patiently waits for his turn in the fall rut, after which he’ll shed his heavy antlers.

Bull elk in Yellowstone

Bull elk in Yellowstone

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