Our two weeks in Yellowstone has come to a close. It seems like just yesterday we were shoving out feet into our gunboat snow boots and overheating in all our layers waiting to get in the van. It’s a treat to put on plain old shoes and clothes today. Yellowstone in winter has two faces, one is incredibly harsh, server and brutal. You see that painted on the landscape and in the lives of the critters that call it home. It also has this most magical side that is hard to believe is real and not some Disney production. You see this in the same landscape and in the live of the critters that call it home. You just can’t help but be moved by what you witness.
Sharon & I want to thank all who took this journey with us these last two weeks. We had a very special time exploring this slice of our wild heritage together and bringing back with us all the images that we hope will infect others with the desire to preserve what we have inherited and to pass that on to those still to come. I am very fortunate that I have this very special person beside me, not just in the photo, not just in this business, but this lifelong journey to witness, preserve and educate through photography all the wonders we share on all of our adventures!
Photos captured by D3, 70-300VR / 14-24AFS on Lexar UDMA digital film