Photography and commentary from John Fujimagari

Return to Yellowstone


On October 1, 2010, Sherri and I will be headed south, to Yellowstone National Park. This will be Sherri’s first visit to Yellowstone. We were close last year when we stopped at Rexburg, Idaho on our way to Boise. I haven’t been to Yellowstone since the early 1970’s and have been wanting to go back for a while. There are more hydrothermal geologic features in Yellowstone than in the rest of the world. So there’s lots of interesting things to see, not counting the landscape and the wildlife. I don’t have any recent images from Yellowstone, so I’ve found some great images on Flickr for you to peruse.

Colorful shore of the Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park

Grand Prismatic Spring.

Used under a Creative Commons licence from: Alaskan Dude /Frank

Chromatic Pool - Yellowstone NP

Different kinds of algae grow at different water temperatures.

Used under a Creative Commons licence from: Alan Vernon

IMG_5024 Elk of Yellowstone

Hopefully we will see elk as nice as this one.

Used under a Creative Commons licence from: cyclewidow/Patti

Hunting Voles-1

Coyotes and wolves are quite common in Yellowstone.

Used under a Creative Commons licence from: SigmaEye/DaveR

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