We will explore each day a different section of Yellowstone National Park. The Park is 3,468 square miles or 2,219,823 acres. For perspective, the state of Rhode Island is 1,545 square miles. We will see and photograph as much as possible in the three days we are in the Park. The roads are all two lane, and traffic jams are common especially when wildlife appears alongside the roads.
Early morning-independent sunrise photo walking opportunities. Full breakfast buffet at the Grant Village Dining Room.
Bus departs Grant Village for photography in Yellowstone NP. Today we will concentrate on Midway Geyser Basin (Grand Prismatic Spring), Gibbon Falls, Norris Geyser Basin, Mammoth Hot Springs, if time permits lower Lamar Valley
Picnic box lunch in field
Continue morning photo shoot with hopeful wildlife sightings. Possible wildlife are Pronghorn, Bison, Elk, Deer and rarely Bear, Wolves, and Coyotes.
Each night in Yellowstone National Park, dinner will be in one of the Lodges. The location and choice will depend upon the day's photographic destinations and goals.
Free to view and sort the day's photos or relax. Instructor will meet by appointment with individuals to review photos if desired.