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Monday, October 22, 2018
By Ted York Photography
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   My last post referred to a post about Yellowstone that I thought I posted. Turned out I only thought I posted it. Guess I'm getting old! But never mind, here goes. I did a trip up to Yellowstone National Park about a week and a half ago. I had been watching the weather reports for any signs of snow. It was looking good so I loaded up the gear and drove the 5 hours up to West Yellowstone and checked into a hotel. That night it did just what I wanted it to do, it snowed. When we entered the park the next morning it was a winter wonderland. I couldn't have asked for more. I drove as far as the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, before finally heading for home, have captured some great images. I'm sharing a photograph of the lower falls capture with my new 50mm tilt shift lens that allowed me to focus on both the falls and the nearby pine that I used to create depth in the image. Five to Six hours is a long way to drive not knowing if things will pan out, but in this case it did and was well worth the effort. (ISO 100, 1/80 sec f-22 50mm tilt shift)

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