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  • Ranking My First Fifty Trips to Yellowstone: #15 – 6

    As I honor the 20th anniversary of the Yellowstone trip that ignited my passion for wildlife photography (#29 on this list), I’m progressing through all fifty of my journeys to the park. If we broke the list into tiers, I’d say we’ve reached the “Really Good!” level. These are the trips that either consistently produced good wildlife sightings or photo

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  • Ranking My First Fifty Trips to Yellowstone: #25 – 16

    Welcome back! We’ve entered the top half of my Yellowstone trip rankings. So far in the “Yellowstone 50,” we tackled visits #50 – 36 and #35 – 26. When I compiled my list of park visits and tried to rank them, I found this part of the list to be the most challenging. These are the good but not great adventures, and

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  • Ranking My First Fifty Trips to Yellowstone: #35 – 26

    Welcome back to the “Yellowstone 50,” where I rank my first fifty trips to our first national park in honor of my 20-year-anniversary of the Yellowstone trip that really ignited my passion for wildlife photography. If you missed the first part of the list (the bottom), as well as my criteria for these rankings, check them out here. Otherwise, let’s

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  • Ranking My First Fifty Trips to Yellowstone: #50 – 36

    Let’s face it, 2020 has been a disaster on many levels. I’ve mostly been stuck at home, and nearly all of my scheduled trips have been cancelled or rescheduled for next year. Twenty-twenty was lining up to be an active year for me in the field, possibly one of my best given the variety of trips that were planned. But

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  • Yellowstone Spring 2020 Trip Report, Days 11 – 13

    June 12, 2020 Operating on three hours of sleep, I did pretty well getting down to Hayden Valley on Friday. This time, most of the animals avoided us. A fox skirted the glow of the headlights as we drove through the Lamar. A waning half moon lit the sky to the east. The east side of the park is often,

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