While Theodore Roosevelt spent two days exploring the backcountry of Yosemite with John Muir, he spent 16 days in Yellowstone. Even that wouldn’t be enough of this amazing place. If I only had a day I’d visit the Upper Geyser Basin with the infamous Old Faithful, and the Norris Geyser Basin, which I continue to find one of the parks jewels. But then again, how to not include the Lamar and Hayden Valleys? And what about the Lake region? What a beautiful quandary to find oneself in. When you’re planning your trip to Yellowstone, do yourself a favor and give it more time. You and the park both deserve it.
Fantastic serie !
Beautiful series, awesome landscape!!! 🙂
It is that, thanks!
Great images for those who can’t see it in person. I admit, my visit was one or two days. Next time, I’d like to stay at least a week.
Mrs. P, so was mine, two nights only. So I decided I should just come back for the season. : )
I’m jealous! 😀
What a gorgeous insight to Yellowstone – thank you for sharing 😊
I enjoy getting to share!
An incredible landscape for sure. Beautiful work, Russ.
Lovely photos. The “Sunset in the North Geyser Basin” is spectacular!
Such a surreal landscape. Not spending enough time here would be a mistake. Have never been, but when I do, I’ll do it right. Muir would be more than pleased with your photography.
That last comment made me smile, thanks!
Fantastic shots, Russ. A favorite place full of otherworldly landscapes.
Thanks Jane, it truly is amazing here!
Fantástico reportaje fotográfico, una naturaleza excepcional.
Wow gorgeous photos.
fantastic photos! 😉
Beautiful series! It reminds me a lot of Iceland, it’s exactly the same landscape, especially with the geysirs
We have so many geysirs, they are innumerable. We may have gotten the word from that Dutch Monk in 1264 in Iceland, but Yellowstone has over half of the geysers on the planet! You’ve really got to see this place! And thanks for the kind words!