Photos from my January and February Yellowstone trips have been added to the photo archive. I was first in the park in late January, spending a week on my own before leading my first photo tour in a year. I then returned in the next month after getting a request for a private tour. I arrived a couple days early before spending six great days with my clients in both the park interior and the norther range. If you missed the trip reports from both visits, you can relive the adventure in the blog.
These were two excellent trips full of some wonderful photo opportunities. As you’ll see from the preview below, it was a wonderful time for bison photography (winter usually is), but many other animals also put on a show. I already shared the tale of the wild coyote/fox moment here in the blog last week, but there were also numerous mustelid highlights.
You can jump to the full gallery of 201 new photos. Or check out the preview below first.
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