S: A Journey Through Yellowstone - Volume 1 Roxanne Parrow
BC: The photos in this book are only possible because of the tireless help of my husband, Timothy, who was forever having to stop the car and faithfully carry all of my equipment, including my tripod, up and down trails, as he promised to do before we began our journey. Thank you, Tim!
FC: A Journey Through Yellowstone Volume 1 Photography by Roxanne Parrow
1: A Journey Through Yellowstone - Volume 1 Photography by Roxanne Parrow July, 2010
2: Mammoth Hot Springs
10: Yellowstone River | The Yellowstone River is a tributary of the Missouri River, approximately 692 miles long. It flows northward through Yellowstone National Park, feeding and draining Yellowstone Lake, then dropping over the Upper and Lower Yellowstone Falls at the head of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.
11: Tower Fall A 132 foot waterfall, fed by Tower Creek, that got its name from the tower formations watching over it.
12: The Walls of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone from Artist Point
14: Lower Falls sits at the head of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River and falls some 308 feet.
15: The Yellowstone River flowing through the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.
21: Yellowstone Lake
23: View of Teton Range and Jackson Lake from the north
26: View of Teton Range and Jackson Lake from the north
28: Oxbow Bend on the Snake River with Mt. Moran (12,605 ft.) in the background on the right, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
30: Left to Right: South Teton (12,514 ft.) - Middle Teton (12,804 ft.) - Grand Teton (13,770 ft.) - Mt. Owen (12,928 ft.)
31: With only two days to see all the wonders and beauty of Yellowstone, there was no time to linger very long at any one site. Traveling from Livingston, Montana, we headed south through Yellowstone. We ate our lunch in the park with elk, while we visited with the Postmaster, who told us that his main job in the winter is shoveling snow off the roofs of the four post offices in the Park. Our evening meal at the Grant Village Lake House Restaurant with a view of Lake Yellowstone was topped off with the magnificent approach to the Grand Teton Mountains on our way to Jackson, Wyoming, where we spent the night at the foot of these giants. End of Day One.