The Grand Prismatic Spring is a hot spring in Yellowstone National Park. It gets its name from the wide array of colors displayed in the spring. Bacteria causes the formation of colors as the bacteria reacts to changes in the water temperature.
Mesa and Osprey waterfalls are located in and around Yellowstone National Park.
Lodgepole Pines pretty much dominate the landscape in Yellowstone National Park.
Here’s a couple of shots of Lone Star Geyser in Yellowstone National Park.
I got my new telephoto lens just in time before I went…
The bottom line on this lens is that you’re getting a lot of bang for the buck…I’d recommend this lens to anyone who doesn’t want to break the bank to get his or her hands on a high quality telephoto lens.
Here’s a sunset that had a nice splash of color…
I was out doing bird photography, but decided to take a couple of snaps of these boats.
I haven’t done any black and whites in a while. These shots didn’t have much in terms of color, so I thought I’d desaturate them to see how they’d do as black and whites.
This bird is called an “oyster grabber” so I’m told. He looked like he was going for small fish or shrimp. But in any case, they make for good photography. The have bright red bills that stand out like a sour thumb.