Grand Teton/Yellowstone

Sylvia rolling into Grand Teton Park. It's so nice to draft with someone.

Taking the lead for a bit.

Grass, Trees, Mountain, Sky

Bridge

Waterfalls

River

Range

Colter Bay at dusk

Chillin

Lots o' mountains

Lake n' mountains

Fire of '88 burned a large portion of Yellowstone's pine forests. Pine cones are into that sort of thing, though, so they're making a recovery.

Isa Lake in Yellowstone, though not much to look at, is kind of the grand daddy of lakes. From Wikipedia: "Isa Lake straddles the Continental Divide and is believed to be the only lake in the world which drains to two different oceans backwards.The east side of the lake drains by way of the Lewis River to the Pacific Ocean and the west side of the lake drains by way of the Firehole River to the Atlantic Ocean."

Yellowstone Midway Geyser Basin

Edge of the Aqua Abyss

Waiting for it...

Old Faithful!

Lesser known geysers steamin'

Fly fishin

Elk

People weren't exactly following the "25 ft. from wildlife" rule.

Grand Prismatic Spring, largest hot spring in the U.S. Not a very good shot from the side...

That’s what the aerial view looks like.

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4 responses to this post.

  1. 1) grass trees mtns sky = beautiful shot!

    2) I want to go to all of these places now 🙂

    Reply

    • Posted by bcline909 on August 20, 2011 at 12:41 am

      that means a lot coming from the president of the environment and headliner of Cville’s Photography Fair

      Reply

  2. Posted by Angie Maher on August 22, 2011 at 2:11 pm

    Brandon, your photos are amazing!!! Hope you are enjoying the journey. – Angie @ AFTD

    Reply

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