Yellowstone was where we started getting behind in our uploads. The park encompasses HALF of Wyoming or more and it has maybe one free WiFi spot but we only heard rumors of it, never found it. I think that that’s just as good as it is bad though. We were able to separate ourselves from that responsibility for a second and just go be kids with cameras in the vast wilderness of Yellowstone National Park. We spent a total of nine days there (and would’ve dropped our lives to stay if that could’ve been a reality).
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Our second post on Yellowstone will be all about the wildlife whereas this post is centered on the geysers. We shot old faithful also and while it was not included in the blog selection here, you may see it in a future post and you’ll definitely see it in our YELLOWSTONE FULL GALLERY once we start dropping imagery there.
(above) The view from the top of the grand canyon of Yellowstone. (below) a warning sign telling people to stay off the geysers.
(above) A pond just west of West Thumb (below) West Thumb Geyser Basin
(above) Overlook of central basin at West Thumb Geyser Basin :: (below: left to right) Abyss Pool at West Thumb Geyser Basin, Percolating Spring in West Geyser Basin, A strange tree. No name.
(above) Deer at West Thumb Geyser Basin (below) Blue Funnel Spring at West Geyser Basin (above and below) Two unique perspectives at an unnamed geyser by Monument Geyser Basin (above and below) Midway Geyser Basin (above) Midway Geyser Basin
Stay posted for Yellowstone part 2, wedding imagery, Badlands, engagement and another wedding, a portrait session, shots from Chi-town lotsa lotsa imagery!