Yellowstone National Park was the first national park. And, it is the largest national park in the lower 48 states at almost 3500 square miles, mostly in Wyoming and parts of Montana and Idaho.
Yellowstone contains about half the world’s geysers and other thermal features. It also is home to grizzly bears, wolves, bison and elk. Yellowstone is truly a park of superlatives and a worthy destination for landscape and wildlife photographers.
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Traveling through Montana in late summer is a photographic treat. Montana Summer Landscapes include undulating wheat fields as far as the eye can see, farms under stormy skies, magnificent waterfalls and springs, and mountains set afire by the morning light. Continue reading Montana Summer Landscapes
Northwest Montana is home to Glacier National Park. Sometimes called the Crown of the Continent, Glacier’s northern border abuts the southern borders of Alberta and British Columbia of Canada. Glacier, along with Canada’s Waterton Lakes National Park in southern Alberta, form what is collectively known as the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. Continue reading Glacier National Park