Una Boricua y su Cámara en Yellowstone
On a refreshing morning of May, around 10:30 AM, I started the 8-hour long journey to Yellowstone National Park, from Denver, CO. Days before the (hands down!) “Most anticipated trip of the year”, I packed my favorite snacks, and of course, my favorite photography toys, in an effort to avoid forgetting an important piece of equipment, as it usually happens to me.
I won’t lie, it was a long-long drive. 537 miles to be exact! But once we approached the Grand Teton National Park, a few miles prior to Yellowstone, the tiredness transformed into a feeling of inexplicable worthiness. The over 7,000 feet massive peaks were truly breathtaking, really! Although the weather was foggy and cloudy, I managed to capture some really cool shots of the fogged-Tetons. I think my favorite ones of the whole trip, actually. (See below)
A few miles down the road, I made my way into Yellowstone National Park, wow! This park is e.nor.me (huge!) It took me a few days to actually visit all of its eight visitor centers, and most of it’s popular sights. Obviously, I couldn’t see every inch of the park, but definitely felt satisfied by being in front of its stunning landscapes, high peaks, gorgeous wildlife and unbelievable geothermal features that make you feel like if you were out of this world.
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