October...Fall colors, elk rut, cool mornings, steam on the water, less visitors and (often) magical light.
I love to visit both Yellowstone and Grand Teton national Parks in the month of October, so I am sharing some of my favorite images from one of my October trips.
The waning light of fall means beautiful sunsets in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park.
Yellowstone is so full of wildlife including the majestic trumpeter swan; bison are the quintessential Yellowstone creature circling the geysers and greens of the park.
Close-up photographs of a great grey owl on the flight for food.
Yellowstone's Beartooth Pass is a great spot to look for wildlife, like this trio of mountain goats.
Nearby Grand Teton National Park features the stunning vistas of Oxbow Bend, Mount Moran, and Signal Mountain.