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New Photos: Yellowstone 2016

Just under the deadline, I managed to finish processing and uploading the last of my 2016 trip photos!

The Yellowstone 2016 gallery contains images from my lengthy spring trip to the park, as well as my two short visits in summer and fall (which were mainly scheduled for cabin work, but I brought my gear along and got some photos!).  Check out the full gallery of over 200 images of wildlife, birds and scenery here, and don’t forget to employ the handy Slideshow function.  A short preview is below.

Black bear cub

One of the highlights of any spring trip is seeing new black bear cubs.

Black bear

Black bears put on a show during the spring, as usual.

American cliff swallows

Cliff swallows return to the park each spring to rebuild their mud nests.

Least Chipmunk

Smaller critters such as chipmunks and squirrels can be fun to photograph.

Harlequin Duck

Harlequin ducks are among my favorite Yellowstone subjects. They are adept swimmers, and put on quite a show when they surf the rapids of the Yellowstone River.

Short-Tailed Weasel

A short-tailed weasel visited our cabin just outside of Yellowstone one summer afternoon. It was my first time seeing this species.

Great gray owl

Great gray owls offered up a number of photo opportunities, both during spring and fall.

Red fox

During my short excursion in September, I had some good luck with foxes.

See the full Yellowstone 2016 gallery here.  And remember, you can order prints of nearly any image in the archive (coupon code MKJYJS is good for 25% off prints until December 31st!).

PHOTO/16: My Year in Photos

If you want to see more from my wild year in travel and photography, I’ve published a magazine featuring photos from all of my trips, as well as my Best of 2016 images.  The magazine is 64 pages, and contains loads of photos, some of my favorite articles from the year and more.  It’s available for sale in both print and digital versions.

PHOTO/16 cover

Purchase PHOTO/16, my year in photography, here.


  1. Jeffrey January 4, 2017 Reply

    nice work in this port Max.

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      Max January 4, 2017 Reply

      Thanks, Jeffrey.

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