Old Faithful must be one of the most photographed places in our national parks. It would be no exaggeration to say that there would be over 1000 cameras per eruption during the entirety of the summer season. During my last week or so there, when Canadian photographer Andrew Wright came to photograph Yellowstone, and the park needed a film monitor, I was able to join him. I decided to make a few images of Old Faithful myself, photos that would show it in a way not often seen. I hope I accomplished that.
I love your photographs of the same thing over time.
Thanks Sherry Lynn!
Beautiful Photos Russ and indeed a new view indeed.
Your welcome, by the way do you get to spend the winter in Yellowstone?
Not this winter, I’ll be in the Everglades. But maybe next winter…
Sounds like fun either way.
I seriously loved this place as a kid, so great to see someone else enjoying it with awesome photos!
I already can’t wait to get back in the spring!
Wow these are spectacular and I imagine not many have seen it or photographed it like this before.
Thanks Nicole, I was certainly hoping for a new take on it! And working with some other talented photographers was really fun too.
Your work is very inspiring so thanks for sharing it! 🙂