Today I have lots of landscape images from our third day in Yellowstone. We revisited some of the places we saw on our guided tour but then explored places that we hadn’t been. Saw lots of bison and lots of other wildlife (another post) and had an exciting experience. Remember to click on the images to make them larger with more detail.
There were some low hanging clouds around the hills and mountains this morning and it made for some beautiful scenery images. We stopped here for about 10 minutes just enjoying the change scene.
As you can see the low clouds were beginning to lift and it turned out to be a beautiful day of sunshine and cooler temperatures.
I have a painting hanging in my home office / man cave of a fly fisherman and I love it. The steams that run through Yellowstone are wonderful for trout fishing and we saw a lot of them in the streams. What I was trying to do was capture an image that closely resembled my painting. This one was close but not quite it.
The geyser in the distance was our destination. Jeanne wanted to see it up close and so we had to find our way to it.
Fortunately on the way to the geyser we came across this fisherman and it was the shot I was looking for. There wasn’t a pull off place so I just parked the car, jumped out and grabbed the shot and then got under way again.
While processing the image I couldn’t decide if the image needed to be in color or black and white, so naturally I did it both and you can decide for yourself.
Thank you for stopping by the blog. Enjoy your day and be careful.