Back at Fishing Bridge very early in the morning.
We signed up for a first for us--a photo safari. We arrived at 5:30 a.m. at the Lake Hotel with an open but groggy mind. A photographer took us to some nice places and gave us some tips on shooting. It was interesting and helpful.
Swallows I think, she told us, but like I said it was very early.
Our restored Yellowstone "bus."
"This coffee tastes like shit." We are coffee snobs. We buy fresh roasted beans and grind them ourselves. Need I say more?
Exquisite light and clouds make for more amazing pictures.
We were trying to catch a rainbow at the bottom of the falls at 9:30 a.m. The sun wasn't too cooperative but it was worth a try. A pale rainbow did emerge but my camera didn't pick it up. Susan's point and shoot did but I don't have a copy of her picture.
Right at the end of our tour, our guide spotted a pile of cars, knowing it had to be something good and it was--another grizzly.
And finally, a Swainson's hawk flew over head just before we ended our tour. What a morning!