The wildlife in Yellowstone was as advertised. Phenomenal experiences to be had being 20 feet from a bison or watching a black bear play with and toss a good sized tree limb around before trotting off into the forest. The Tetons delivered on the scenery and Wyoming in general was pretty awesome with regards to the beauty that nature has to offer. This bear completely disregarded the 100+ people that had pulled over to the side of the road to watch him feed on some plant Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) As with the above bear this bison lazily observed the humans that had gathered to watch a pretty good sized herd pass through a grazing field View attachment 227151 Another member of the herd I mentioned above View attachment 227152 This bull bison let me get as close as I dared and after 15 minutes he finally lifted his head from his meal and posed View attachment 227153 A pamphlet from one of the Yellowstone visitor centers informed us that this was the most photographed area of the park - North Falls viewed from Artist Point View attachment 227154 The geothermal activity in Yellowstone is very unique. I didn't have much time and was traveling with a group of people none to sympathetic to photographic pursuits (early mornings, calculated compositions, taking pictures of "nothing") so I didn't have the chance to explore much of any of the colorful deposits that are around some of the geyers, but, Old Faithful made it onto the itinerary View attachment 227155 During the summer of 1988 wildfires in Yellowstone National Park destroyed many trees. Twenty years later many of the trees that were burnt are still standing, bare and devoid of any foliage or bark, amongst the regenerated forest. View attachment 227156 South into Grand Teton National Park View attachment 227157 A road leading into Jenny Lake View attachment 227158 I think these are the Cathedral Peaks View attachment 227159 Both parks are worth a visit and I wish I would have had more time to spend there.