2014 Yellowstone Winter Photo Tours Slideshow

Posted Jan. 24th, 2014 by Daniel J. Cox

Our 2014 Winter in Yellowstone Photo Tours slideshow is ready. Writing this from Japan as we get ready to explore this beautiful country with our two Invitational Photo Tour groups. You can read more about what we’ll be seeing and taking photos of on our Photo Tours web page. Before we hit the road I’ve been plowing through the images from our two recent Invitational Photo Tours to Yellowstone. I’m trying deperately to stay ahead on the picture editing which has been daunting. I’ve made progress, however, and I wanted to share the things we saw. Slide show below.

It was another great winter season in Yellowstone and our two groups each had their own unique opportunities. I’ve combined the photos I shot from the two trips in the slideshow above. The first group had lots of driving snow which can make for beautiful images. The elk were more difficult to find than I’ve ever experienced in the park. Seems the wolves have done their job extremely well. I could write an entire post on  the pros and cons of fewer elk and why the park is now more natural than it’s been since it was established in the late 1800s. But I’ll save that for another time. Colter will be adding some additional insights to how the trip went in the next day or so as well. He was with us again this year helping out with the second group. Hope you enjoy the photos and if you have any questions just drop me a note here in the Blog. 

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      Daniel J. CoxOn Feb. 8th, 2014

      Eleanor, Sorry for he delay. I’m in Japan and have been out of internet range for several days. Yes, we do see the Barrow’s Golden Eye’s on a regular basis on our winter trips.

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