Between rainbow hotsprings and erupting geysers, Yellowstone National Park is a festival of colors. First national park in the world, the natural reserve today is home to diverse wildlife, including grizzly bears, elks and bison but is also the witness of the first forms of life on earth. Get ready for a ride through nature in all its glory and enjoy a peek into the state’s natural heritage through my lens!
Welcomed in the national park by a serie of picturesque lakes, the landscape quickly changes as you gain altitude.
Lonely fisherman in the mountains.
In the great north, herds of bison make the rules.
Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.
What fantasies are made of. Montana truly earned its nickname “The Treasure State”.
Eruption of Old Faithful, the emblematic geyser that erupts approximately every hour and a half.
Hotsprings and mud pods.
Different bacteria give Yellowstone’s hotsprings their rings of color.
Surrounded by this harsh environment, it’s easy to image a world before humans, the world of bacteria.
All of the above pictures were taken with a Pentax K-r.