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10/18/2007 07:10:23 PM · #1
I've been back for a few weeks now and I am still going thru the 2100+ images that I came home from Yellowstone with. If you haven't been- GO. It was the most amazing experience! I went with 35 other Nikon photographers. We spent 8 days in The Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Parks. The landscapes were incredible and the wildlife abundant.



If you have nothing to do, you can check out what I have posted so far- gallery
10/18/2007 07:17:16 PM · #2
Very nicely done! I'm going to go back through 'em again.

I was out there this summer, and I'd LOVE to spend a week or so just shooting the place. We made a whirlwind tour en route to Seattle, and got to see a lot, but for a photographer that just kinda whets the appetite!

I thought it was interesting to see that we both took a shot from virtually the same spot of these same trees:

Your shot

Mine: 574188.jpg
10/18/2007 07:21:57 PM · #3
Hi Alan.

I thought the the way those trees were dead yet standing, and white on the bottom was cool. I had bison chase me off the boardwalk a few min. after I took mine. Kinda scary. It was cold overnight so the bison were warming up in the steam.
10/18/2007 07:23:46 PM · #4
[thumb]601975[/thumb] [thumb][/thumb]Hi Eric I was there at the same time , When I was at Morman row and the barn I was talking to one guy in your group he told me he was with 35 nikon photogogs small world great shots

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10/18/2007 07:26:09 PM · #5
Originally posted by spydr:

I thought the the way those trees were dead yet standing, and white on the bottom was cool.

I don't know which way you entered the park, but we came in from the East entrance, and it was really sad to see how many dead trees remain from the big fires of 1988. Ironically, that was the last time I had visited Yellowstone, just as those fires were starting (no, I didn't do it!).
10/18/2007 07:28:54 PM · #6
10/18/2007 07:31:35 PM · #7
10/23/2007 02:51:09 PM · #8
Excellent gallery. I really like your Steller's jays and elk. The scenery shots are spectacular. I see you made the great stair climb. I only did than once. I maybe going to the park next year. Did you get shots of the Steamboat Geyser, I heard it was going off more frequently. Van
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