I really wanted a good photo of a bear from Yellowstone, but got nervous when said bear started making its way rather quickly down hill toward our photo group who were lined up along side the road about 30 feet away. At this point, I took my leave and hurried back to the van.
I’m on the road again, at a photo workshop in Yellowstone and the Tetons. Just a few highlights of some of what we’ve seen so far.
Smoke from a fire that began in July this year and is still going has obscured some of the views of distant mountains, but adds a little extra to the landscape shots.
The 68 mile Beartooth highway up and over the pass was constructed in 1936, and was called the most beautiful drive in America by Charles Kuralt. More scenes from this dramatic landscape tomorrow…