Winter in Yellowstone with Daniel J. Cox

2019 Winter in Yellowstone Photography Tour – Photograph the “Winter Wonderland” of Yellowstone National Park in the comforts of a private luxury snow coach with wildlife photographer Daniel J. Cox.

Along the snowy trails, we’ll stop to photograph the beautiful landscapes and mountain vistas surrounded by steamy geysers, along with a variety of wildlife, including the majestic elk, mammoth bison, coyotes, swans, and bald eagles. These creatures, big and small, find warmth near many of the thermal areas, creating unique and stunning imagery. We’ve had some years with great wolf viewing and hope to have similar opportunities again in 2019.

Yellowstone in Winter with Sandy Zelasko

Join us as we travel into the magical winter landscape called Yellowstone!

Emerge yourself! Concentrate on photographing winter wildlife and mystic landscapes during this week of intense photography in the best place on earth! The trip itinerary has been carefully planned to maximize photographic opportunities for YOU! Arranged for the nature photo enthusiast as a unique journey to explore the wonders of Yellowstone National Park during winter season. All photographic skill levels are welcome. Our goal is for you to enjoy your time with fellow photographers and leave with outstanding images from the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

All transportation from Bozeman, MT included, six nights total. Two days of Snowcoach travel in the interior of the park and one night at the historic Snow Lodge at Old Faithful. See the itinerary for full details.

Good Images In Bad Weather

Story and photography by F.M. Kearney

 

Blizzard conditions by reservoir in Central Park.  New York, NY © F.M. Kearney

 

Blizzards – a time to cuddle up by the fire (or a good heater) with a nice hot bowl of soup and watch the wonders of nature unfold from within the confines of your warm home. This may be the ideal way to ride out “bad” weather to some people, but to nature photographers, it’s a golden opportunity to capture some unique images under very unique conditions.

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