After shivering in our sleeping bags all night long, we woke up early on Thursday morning in Yellowstone. The temperature had dipped probably a half dozen degrees below freezing the night before and a hard frost covered the car, the picnic table and the top of our tent. I had packed most everything the night before, so all we had to do was quickly roll our bags and mats and break down our tent. I wanted to get out while the morning light was still good. The frost was just an added bonus.
Yellowstone can make an average photographer feel like a hero. It's epic view after epic view. If the cars are pulled over taking pictures of elk on one side of the road, you can literally turn around and shoot the opposite direction and come away with another killer shot. It's can't-miss photography. So here you go... Yellowstone in all its beauty.