Last week I drove about 25 miles off of the nearest paved highway to reach White Pocket. Unlike the Coyote Buttes and The Wave, you don’t need a permit to visit White Pocket. You do need 4-wheel drive with good clearance, a good map and an ability to NOT run over the cows that graze […]
It’s a damselfly called a vivid dancer. I captured this slick looking bug at Yellowstone National Park. That look on his face reminds me of those old clown face photos that would scare the hell out of me when I was a kid. Damselflies are like dragonflies except for the creepy looking faces.
Just because you’re first doesn’t necessarily mean you’re the best. But there is a reason why Yellowstone was named the first national park on March 1, 1872 by President Ulysses Grant. Its biodiversity and geologic wonders are what grabbed the attention of Congress through the photos and paintings of Jackson and Moran respectively during the […]