Yellowstone March 6-8

Yellowstone was a disappointment. The snow accumulation seemed to be less than normal for this time of year. As a result, much of the wildlife was able to forage high up on the mountain slopes, thus severely limiting the photo opportunities. The pronghorns, thankfully were a little more accommodating. These two shots are what I call “Animalscapes”, a term borrowed from Brad Hill, an excellent Canadian wildlife photographer. This type of photo strives to show the pronghorn in its natural habitat. Overall I hope for better luck next time.

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