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Philip Kuntz / 2,491 items

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A b/w version of an earlier post (in comments) of this special spot in Yellowstone National Park.

I like to dabble in monotones for variety and atmospheric effect from time to time. I remember the days when color options were much more limited and b/w was an artistic standard. Ansel's impact lingers long.

As always, your visits, comments, faves and suggestions are appreciated!

Tags:   Soda Butte Soda Butte Creek Lamar Valley b/w black and white monotone geyser geothermal Yellowstone National Park Yellowstone Wyoming

N 148 B 4.8K C 29 E Oct 15, 2017 F Nov 14, 2017
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A couple bull elk butt heads, more in play than with serious intent. The bull with the larger rack had a definite advantage. Many of his tines got thru the smaller rack to hit the other's head. But not enough to get them to quit. Was a delight watching their tussle.

Your views, comments, faves and suggestions are always appreciated.

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The scene as seen when standing at one of the most popular spots in Yellowstone Park, Artist's Point. Easy to see why it's generally standing room only. So cramped it's hard to set up a tripod.

"Artist Point is a small cape on the south rim of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, with one of the most widely-known and most celebrated views of the Lower Falls. The point is 3/4 of a mile below the falls, and has also been referred to historically as Lookout Point.
Most historians believe Frank J. Haynes named this point in 1883 for his belief that artist Thomas Moran had painted his famous masterpiece from this spot. Despite the common mythology, however, Moran actually made his paintings from the North Rim at a point now known as Moran Point."
from Wikipedia

Tags:   Artists Point Yellowstone Canyon Yellowstone Lower Falls Yellowstone River Yellowstone National Park

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The highway to Waterton Park follows the edge of Lower Waterton Lake, with Vimy Peak in the background. Waterton Township ahead to the right.

Thanks for taking a look.

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N 34 B 2.2K C 71 E Jun 9, 2012 F Nov 8, 2012
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Looks like a bad hair day, but actually the wind was howling....

This is reddest bear I've seen. He had quite a swagger and attitude.

Thanks for taking a look.

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