My latest collection of new photos is from my annual spring trip to Yellowstone National Park. The last few years I’ve been limited to about two weeks in the park, usually a week (or less) on my own starting Memorial Day Weekend, followed by a week-long photo tour with clients. That was the case again this year.
It was a pretty good trip for photography, with some of the better sessions I’ve experienced with certain species in a few years, including grizzly bears, grouse, pronghorns, and even a black wolf. I did share trip reports during this adventure back in May and June. If you missed those, you can catch up on them here. I’ve tried to choose some preview images below that didn’t appear in the reports.
The new gallery boasts 157 photos. Here’s a preview:
See the full Yellowstone Spring 2019 photo gallery in the archive. And remember that you can purchase prints of nearly any of the photos.
Want to join me on a Yellowstone photo tour? I usually lead anywhere between one and three tours per year in the park. Check the Workshops and Tours page for more information or contact me with questions.