Yellowstone: snowy scenes

After we arrived in Yellowstone, it started snowing. I didn’t expect snow at the end of September but once you realize you’re between 2000 and 3000 m. altitude it makes more sense.

There were hardly any vehicles on the road in the early morning: a perfect time to await for what nature had in mind to share…

I stopped at the side of the road to check my navigation and suddenly noticed something yellow walking around in a snowy field…

‘Yellow-stone coyote’
Nikon 600mm f/4E FL on Nikon D850, f/4, 1/800 s., ISO 220, +0.7EV exp. comp.

It was my only coyote sighting that day, and during the whole trip. Another reminder that in nature photography, it’s mother nature who decides which of your expectations will get to see the light of day.

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