Yellowstone National Park – Fall 2019 Part 1

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Landscape, National Park, Photography, Wildlife, World Heritage Site

We visited Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks last week and were happy to see the peak of fall foliage especially the brilliant golden color of aspen and cottonwood trees.  We also see many wildlife in the parks

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A retired professional engineer, nature lover and avid photographer

8 thoughts on “Yellowstone National Park – Fall 2019 Part 1”

  1. lienfu@aol.com says:

    Thank you very much for sharing these photos. I didn’t turn off the computer last night. I saw these photos on the screen when I just stepped in to my office this early morning before I turned on the light. All of them are too pretty for me to believe that these are the place I have visited before. I will keep them in my file for future review and learning. Lien-fu Huang

  2. shungphotography says:

    Yes, it’s the best time to visit both Yellowstone and Grand Teton for fall colors (the last week of September). However, this is also chance to run into snow. I was hoping for some light snow for additional dimension for scenery shots. I understand there was big snow storm in upstate Montana (4 feet),well, I’d rather have no snow at all. We did see many wildlife, except wolves and big horn because of heavy fog in Lamar Valley the day we visited. Thank you for visiting.

  3. exploringmycalifornia says:

    Your blog comes at a perfect time. We are planning on visiting Yellowstone and I need to do research. We are possibly going in Fall so its great that you show what it looks like during fall. Our mission is to see as much wildlife as possible. If we are lucky we would like to see wolves. Anything you would recommend?

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