Wild, Wild, Wildlife at YNP
The wildlife at Yellowstone National Park is as good as it gets in our national parks. The shots below were taken in a span of just one year including winter. Probably why I voted YNP as the best national park. …
The Howling Coyote
I was about 50 feet from this coyote at Yellowstone National Park when this one let out a sound that is still ringing in my ears . I just wish I was recording the sound. I don’t think the coyote knew I was so close. “Howling is a basic communication behavior in coyotes,” says Gary…
Best of 2014 Redux
Per request by a fellow blogger, I’ve presented the Best of 2014 so you can watch at your own speed. I’ve also added some pics. You can purchase these images as prints that I print myself (Low Cost) at Dawn2Dawn Photography Each print is signed and numbered.
Yellowstone’s Amazing Waters- Hot and Cold
Yellowstone National Park is a wonderland of waterways. Living in the parched desert of Southern Utah, I was jealous of the vast network of waterfalls and rivers that are ubiquitous in the park. During my recent trip to Yellowstone and The Grand Tetons, I was amazed how green and lush the landscape was. And don’t…
The Good, The Bad and The Beautiful – More From The Grand Tetons
I arrived at the entrance of Grand Teton National Park around 2pm. I asked the ranger if the heavy cloud cover would lift. You could not see The Tetons at all. Like a conservative weatherman, he said the chances were 50/50. I drove in and around the park and basically bided my time for conditions…
Grand Teton- Time Lapse Video
Storm clouds float past The Grand Teton at Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. Music by Escondido(Black Roses) which can be purchased at I Tunes
Teton Reflecting Pond- Time Lapse Video
Raindrops, Ripples, Reflecting Pond, Rainbow Trout, Rock Throwing, Revolving Clouds, all in the foreground to the magnificent Tetons at Jackson Hole, Wyoming. WATCH IN HiDef AT FULL SCREEN. Music by Tame Impala. (Apocalypse Dreams) You can get their latest album, Lonerism, at Itunes
Video Of Clepsydra Geyser At Yellowstone NP
Clepsydra Geyser is a perpetual geyser. Before the 1959 Lake Hegben Earthquake near Yellowstone, it erupted every 3 minutes. Clepsydra is a Greek term for water clock. because you could tell time by its eruptions. Now it just goes on and on with eruptions up to 45 feet high. Watch at HiDef at Full Screen
Grand Teton Reflection
Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming is special. Click on image for larger view.
Why Yellowstone is the best of the National Parks.
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…