A bull elk walking along a ridge.
Bull Elk walking through tall grass along the Madison River.
This photo of a bull elk in rut was taken along the Madison River
A bull elk crossing a misty Madison River in Yellowstone National Park.
A classic Model A Ford driving through Yellowstone National Park. This car was part of the Model A Touring Club.
Moose Falls is a 30 foot plunge type waterfall on the Crawfish Creek.
Backlight burnt trees.
The Madison River is 183 miles long. It flows throw Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park and Montana
Morning Glory Pool is a hot spring in the Upper Geyser Basin of Yellowstone National Park. The water temperture is 157 degrees and is 23 feet deep.
Tourist walking along the Geyser Basin boardwalk.
Walking Geyser Boardwalk
Beauty Pool is a hot spring in the Upper Geyser Basin of Yellowstone National Park. The water temperature ranges from 164 to 175 degrees.
Mammoth Hot Springs is located at the northern end of the park. Algae living in the pools of the spring tint the travertine different colors.
Pronghorn are the fastest mammal in North American. They can run at speeds close to sixty miles per hour.
Wild pronghorn nursing its young.
An American Bison searching for grass in the snow.
Yellowstone National Park maintanes the largest herd of American Bison on public land. There are about 5,500 living in the park. A bull can weight up to 2,000 pounds and live about 15 years.
Pine in Snow
Tasting the air or flehming is how a bull elk knows when a cow elk is in estrous.
Elk with Polished Points