Living in the Pacific Northwest, I am blessed to live very close to some beautiful forests, mountains, and waterways. But these days, it’s getting harder and harder to get out into the wilderness and away from congested hiking trails and four-hour-long mountain traffic jams. So while we were visiting Yellowstone, I was especially grateful to be able to spend some time exploring, fishing, and floating the river in some of the less-populated areas outside of Yellowstone National Park. We saw schools of trout and salmon (although we failed at catching all but two of them), a muskrat, a small herd of pronghorn antelope, and a cow moose and her calf. It was refreshing to be a little more remote and alone with nature.
My setup: Canon 6D / Canon 24-105mm f/4.0
Post Processing: Lightroom 4 / VSCO Film 04: Fuji Velvia 50