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  Yellowstone National Park in winter - by Jim Zuckerman  
 
To see Yellowstone in winter is a very special experience. The wildlife is fantastic and so are the landscape possibilities. Frozen waterfalls, geysers, and snow-laden trees all give you great opportunities for stunning winter photography.
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Directions http://travel.yahoo.com/p-map-477396-map_of_west_yellowstone_mt-i
Season December through February
Time of day Any time
Recommended SubjectsYellowstone Falls, Castle Geyser, Old Faithful, bison, and elk.
GearBring a wide-angle lens for landscapes and a telephoto lens for wildlife. I also recommend a tripod. Make sure you are prepared for winter conditions that can be severe. I would bring duct tape so you can tape a chemical heat packet onto your camera body adjacent to the battery and flash card to keep them warm and functioning.
Other Nearby ResourcesGrand Tetons National Park is very close and definitely worth photographing in winter.
Contactshttp://www.westyellowstonenet.com/
Camera StoreNone.
Places To Stay http://travel.yahoo.com/p-map-477396-map_of_west_yellowstone_mt-i http://www.westyellowstonenet.com/
WarningsDress warmly. Yellowstone can be bitter cold in winter. If you rent a snowmobile, make sure you get one with heated handles.
Link #1Yellowstone Park Information
View Map LocationWest Yellowstone, Wyoming
 Date Created4/21/2008 6:59:52 PM
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