Saturday, September 28, 2019


Let's see where do I begin?  Yellowstone National Park is known for Old Faithful geyser, and Bison, so I will show you one of each.  But not by any means the last of both of these subjects.  I had such a wonderful time, photographing everything in sight!  I am glad I was not shooting film!  This is a photograph of the Old Faithful Geyser, and it doesn't particularly show the geyser well, because it is late in the eruption cycle, and the stream of hot water shooting straight up has stopped, but it is so dramatic with the steam against the dark sky.  I photographed the Geyser a couple of times and will show you a better photograph later.  Since you were all deprived of my posts last week, I will be posting two blogs a day to make up for my being away.


Anonymous said...

I actually looked up Old Faithful for more information. It's hard to tell how far away the visitors are from the geyser. Glad you have telephoto capabilities so we can view this amazing phenomenon through your lens. Looking forward to many more photos of Yellowstone. betsey

Anonymous said...

Love it! Can't wait to see all the posts in the coming days about your adventures in Yellowstone with Stan and the gang. Ann

ken schwarz said...

Welcome back home! And speaking of "back" did your back hold up OK during the trip? Looking forward to seeing many great pictures from your Yellowstone trip!