We had a full blown blizzard on the way to our first day of my Yellowstone Winter workshop. The thin weak snow obscured sun managed to come through enough to give us some wonderful light and some nice snowy wildlife. Feel free to share
The first snow has come and melted. It will be repeated again and again over the next few weeks until the land is covered by its winter blanket. Now is when Wolves, Coyotes, Foxes and the Cats will hunt hard to feed their young and put on weight for the lean months ahead. This is the … Continue reading
The times are changing. The days have cooled. Snow is in the air. It is the time for wildlife once again in Yellowstone. To see the current schedule of trips check here
One of my favorite places photograph during my Yellowstone winter photo workshop. I do have very limited availability. You can check it out here.
I had been waiting for this lens to be announced for what seemed like a very long time. I needed a replacement for the Canon 600 I had sold after the first of the year. When the new lens was announced I expected a wait of 3 to 6 months before delivery but was pleasantly … Continue reading
White Dome Geyser at sunset, As the roads in Yellowstone and Grand Teton begin to open the photography opportunities increase rapidly. A low snow year like this on should be especially productive this spring. I do have a couple of openings on my Spring trip due to a cancellation so if your interested in going … Continue reading
Cinnamon color Black Bear along the Madison river taken during my Spring Yellowstone Workshop. One of my most productive and less expensive trips with openings for this year 😉 http://jessleephotos.com/YELLOWSTONE_SPRING_PHOTO_WORKSHOP15.htm