If you know me, you are likely shocked to read the title of this post. You see, I rarely shoot landscapes, but I have to say, winter in Yellowstone was very inspiring. It was other worldly and I was thrilled to be there and photographing the winter wonderland.

I’m very likely adding a workshop to the park next winter, email me if you would like to be kept informed. You can also check out my photography workshops…HERE.

You can see evidence that I do photograph more than just wildlife and order prints of my landscape photography…HERE.

In case you were curious:

  • Yellowstone is the world’s first “National Park”
  • its total area is 3,472 square miles, or 8,987 square km  (or 2,219,789 acres or 898,317 hectares)
  • 96 % of the park’s area lies within the state of Wyoming, 3 % in Montana, and 1 % in Idaho
  • Highest Point in the park: 11,358 ft / 3,462 m (Eagle Peak)
  • Lowest Point: 5,282 ft / 1,610 m (Reese Creek)
  • Approximately 5% of park is covered by water; 15% is grassland; and 80% is forested
  • 7 species of native ungulates (hoofed mammals)
  • 2 species of bears
  • Approximately 67 species of other mammals
  • 322 recorded species of birds (148 nesting species)
  • 16 species of fish (5 non-native)
  • 6 species of reptiles
  • 4 species of amphibians
  • 1 threatened species: Canada lynx
  • 1 endangered species: gray wolf

Here is a map of the images in this gallery that will give you an idea of where I travelled throughout the park. Of course only Lamar Valley is open to civilian cars, the rest of the time we were in a very fun snow coach. It was awesome.

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