Yellowstone

In July 2009, we flew from Huntsville to Denver to Jackson Hole and drove from there. The airport in Jackson Hole is spectacular – it’s in a field directly in front of the Tetons! We stopped off for a little while to walk around in Jackson Hole. We ate at some cool burger place called Billy’s Hamburgers that we definitely recommend if you happen to be in the area.

Here is a link to the Yellowstone Map that you can use to follow along.

Our first night was at a campsite between Tetons and Yellowstone called Lizard Creek. We set up our tent and drove up to the Yellowstone entrance to take the required Langley photographs. We didn’t really do anything else that night other than cook in the rain.

The next morning we broke camp and drove into Yellowstone.  We stopped off at Lake Yellowstone for breakfast and some pictures.  We didn’t eat at the Lake Yellowstone Hotel (the big yellow one) but ate at the lodge instead. It was nice to be able to look out at the lake while we ate breakfast.

The sky was clear and there was a definite blue cast to everything, partially due to the Velvia film. I converted some of the shots to a monotone, since the blue dominated them anyway.

There is a large meadow in front of the lodge, and I was able to catch this guy having breakfast as well:

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4 Responses to Yellowstone

  1. Mom says:

    Great pictures all around … This last one “All American” is my favorite. You are quite impressive!

  2. miles moody says:

    love the atmosphere you captured with Hellroaring Creek. nice job working with the less than optimal lighting with the Falls shot.

  3. miles moody says:

    I love the Bunsen Creek train B&Ws, esp the first two. Wow, Ansel A himself would likely be impressed.

  4. miles moody says:

    FYI: the shot across Jackson lake is lovely…..could use a bit of horizon straightening

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