Travel Photo: Looking Over Lower Yellowstone Falls
Note: click on photograph for larger view. ©2014, David A. Porter
With the 100th anniversary of our National Parks upon us, I found myself browsing through some of my photographs from our visit to Yellowstone National Park a few years back. I captured this scene standing atop the Lower Yellowstone Falls which were thundering into the canyon over 300 ft. below. Can you see why the park is named Yellowstone?
Whenever I think back on this journey, the first thought that always comes to mind is that is was far more beautiful than I had expected. And then, I can’t believe all of the wildlife we saw.
If you haven’t been to Yellowstone National Park, you must. We recommend visiting in May. That way, you’ll avoid the massive crowds and you’ll also get to see all of the baby animals.
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