Best Photo Spots in Wyoming

Fishing Bridge

We spend ages checking light and setting up or we hang around for hours waiting for “the light”, but this particular morning I set up my camera and tripod looked up and saw the image attached. I took two shots but the first one was the one. My camera is…

Wildlife in Yellowstone National Park

Drive through the Grand loop area you will be able to spot Deer, Elk, Bear, Bison, Wolf etc., along the road. Best time of the day is early morning as the crowd along the roads are less and you can spot more wildlife than later in the day. Always maintain…

Lewis Falls

This location in Yellowstone is very least photographed unless you get into the park from South entrance. It is out of the way from Grand Loop road for people driving from other entrances to miss this spot.

Grand Canyon of Yellowstone – Lower Falls

This is one of the popular destinations to photograph the lower falls and its colorful rock formations. Best time to photograph is sunrise as you get the rainbow from the falls. Yellowstone has abundant wildlife, be careful of your surroundings if you are alone, always carry bear spray with you…

Snake River Overlook

The area surrounding Grand Teton National Park includes some of the most photographed landscape locations in Wyoming such as the Snake River overlook and John Moulton’s barn. The landscape changes dramatically between winter and summer and serves as an excellent subject year around. The Snake River overlook off US 191…