I just returned from an amazing trip in Yellowstone National Park. Over the next several weeks, I’ll be sharing photos, videos, stories, trip tips and more.
If you’ve never been to Yellowstone in the winter, add it to your list of things to do. To get away from the heavy, mountain snows, many of the animals move into Lamar Valley, making seeing wildlife so much easier.
Here is the Roosevelt Arch at north entrance into Yellowstone in Gardiner, Wyoming.
PhotoTip #1: You can focus on the “Yellowstone National Park” sign inside the right side arch door (see close up photo below).
PhotoTip #2: If you drive down to Arch Park, you may find an Elk to include in your photo! This photo was taken just after sunset, during the “blue hour.”