Yellowstone in Winter Photography Tours Workshops
Join us on a photo tour or workshop to photograph winter in Yellowstone. Photograph one of the world’s greatest snow covered ecosystems. Winter is magical in Yellowstone, when visitors are few and wildlife viewing is outstanding. In the chilled air, see bubbling mud pots and gushing geysers eerily veiled in steam.
Discover the phenomenal photography opportunities of Yellowstone’s quiet season. Explore the park by snowcoach deep into the wilds of Yellowstone.
We will photograph the dramatic waterfalls, geyser eruptions, thermal pools and steaming fumaroles. The icy Grand Canyon of Yellowstone is a site you will never forget. Sunrise in a snow covered geyser basin.
Wildlife is everywhere and people are few and far between. Wildlife stands out against the wintry background. Heavy snow in the higher mountain force wildlife to come to the low valleys, rivers, and geyser basins. Herds of bison walking thru the snow. Numerous big game species can be found in this area. We will look for buffalo, elk, coyotes, wolves, bighorn sheet, bald eagles. We will visit a section of the park along a river were Bobcats are commonly photographed.
John Slonina has been photographing Yellowstone for almost 20 years. He is an authorized permittee of the national park.