Sunday, October 17, 2010


These photos are from our hike to the backcountry of Yellowstone.
Luckily we did not see any bears on our two days hike. However, we saw a lot of bear footprints.

I thought adding my friend in this shot to make more interesting.


  1. All three very nice photographs! Adding your friend to the third picture was a brilliant idea, really brings the photo to life. Looks like the weather was good for at least part of your trip.

  2. I like all three of these also. I'm not sure which I like best though. Without knowing you had hiked in I would like the stand of trees better but knowing that you did hike in the last photo with your friend in it adds to the story and makes it the best shot. How's that for making a decision! LOL

    What lens did you use on the stand of trees in the second photo?

  3. Ron, it was on Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8G ED.

  4. All great photos!

    I particularly like the stand of Aspens, just because they bring back memories of being in the Rockies in the Fall.

    Sounds as if You had a wonderful time and took a ton of pics! Happy your safely back!

  5. Gorgeous photos! It's beautiful place, isn't it?

  6. Yellowstone National park is better for kids and family. It was the first national park on earth which is identified for its diverse wildlife and geothermal features like Old authentic Geyser.

    Yellowstone National Park offers plenty of activities for families like bubbling geothermal mudpots, nature walks, backcountry treks, canoeing camping and picnicking.


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