Yellowstone Tour 2019
About the 2019 tour (dates were September 17-22, 2019)
I've said repeatedly that Yellowstone National Park just might be America's most unique natural wonder and once again on this tour the park lived up to that. My intrepid group and I started out with a frosty cold day that offered plenty of sunshine, backlit orange steam, a herd of elk, spouting geysers with rainbows, little photographer clouds (LPC's), and much more. As the week progressed we basically threw the itinerary out the window and went with the changeable weather to where my expertise and the road took us. We drove a lot and saw so much that our camera trigger fingers were almost overworked. The group took it all in stride and they were always happy and excited to just go "see what we see." We saw and photographed male elk chasing cows across the river, massive bison lumbering beside us, wonderful waterfalls, fresh, beautiful snowfall, and lots of hot, bubbly, boiling stuff. I love simply being inside Yellowstone park and I think by the end of the tour all the participants came away feeling a deep appreciation for just how special this place is. I know the images we took were outstanding.
Thank you to those of you who joined me in this fabulous park.
My images shown below were taken with a Canon 5D Mark IV and either a Tamron 28-300mm lens or a Tamron 150-600mm lens or a Canon 17-40mm lens.
I do plan to offer this tour again in 2020 so click here if you'd like to join us then.