Yellowstone & Our 3rd Alaska Bound couple

May 01, 2019  •  Leave a Comment

A group of Alaska bound travelers stop at the Yellowstone National Park sign for a photoA group of Alaska bound travelers stop at the Yellowstone National Park sign for a photoA group of Alaska bound travelers stop at the Yellowstone National Park sign for a photo So we made it to West Yellowstone and picked up our third traveling couple Sara & Jarrod Ross. This young couple is so very dear to us. This is going to be our fourth summer in a row workamping together and we have shared many adventures and some really great food together. All six of us met and worked together in Yellowstone the summer of 2016 and that is how this caravan has come together.

 

wild west pizzawild west pizza This photo shows us six and our friends that are still working in Yellowstone. It is such a dynamic place and leaves an imprint of a special family that forever stays in your heart and soul.

 

Three bison profiles in a row grazing in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USAThree bison profiles in a row grazing in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USAThree bison profiles in a row grazing in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA Nothing would be complete without a ride into the park to see some bison. These three were part of a small herd grazing along the Madison River.

 
Nikon D7500, 400mm f2.8 lens, 1/640 @ f4.5, ISO 320, tripod
 
 
Grand Prismatic hot spring in Yellowstone National Park, USAGrand Prismatic hot spring in Yellowstone National Park, USAGrand Prismatic hot spring in Yellowstone National Park, USA
The Grand Prismatic hot spring never disappoints. The trail to the overlook was closed because of bear activity. That shot will just have to wait until next time.
 
Nikon D7500, 17-55mm f2.8 lens @ 19mm, 1/500th @ f11, ISO 100, tripod
 
 
Vixen Geyser in the Norris Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park, USAVixen Geyser in the Norris Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park, USAVixen Geyser in the Norris Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park, USA
Yellowstone has over 10,000 thermal features which is about 25% of the thermal features in the world. You'll never photograph them all but you can always add a few more to your collection. During a walk through the Norris Geyser Basin I came upon Vixen Geyser looking like it could be from the moon or Mars.
 
Nikon D7500, 17-55mm f2.8 lens @ 17mm, 1/125 @ f14, ISO 100
 
From here we head to Bozeman, Shelby and then the Canadian border and on to Calgary. My blog is a bit behind our actual trip because of time and very limited cell service and data restrictions in the remote areas we are driving through. But we'll catch up soon. Thanks for being here and we'll see you soon.
 

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