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A young buffalo stops by the Gibbons River in Yellowstone National Park. This image was taken while a large herd of buffalo meandered through Yellowstone blocking traffic for miles. As there was no place to go it was a great opportunity to stop and photograph them as they passed. An interesting tidbit, Yellowstone is home to largest remaining herd of genetically pure bison. The majority of other buffalo have intermingled with cattle long ago.

Photo Friday: A Stop by the River

Today’s image was taken while a large herd of buffalo meandered through Yellowstone blocking traffic for miles. As there was no place …

Photo Friday: Sunrise and Steam

Today’s image was taken in Yellowstone National Park near the Norris junction. The mist was just starting to rise in the early …

Photo Friday: Fording the River

Another image from Yellowstone National Park, I watched this buffalo ford the Yellowstone River. He performed his swim while the warm summer …

New Photos!

It’s been a couple of months, but I have finally returned with some new images from Badlands National Park and Yellowstone National …

Photo Friday: Under Gray Skies

When storms were suspected I travelled out to Jack Sinn Wildlife Management Area in Saunders and Lancaster Counties and found some very …