Winter in Yellowstone
October 10, 2017 • Leave a Comment
With the summer season in Yellowstone about to come to an end in less than a month, I wanted to share one of my favorite winter images. Of course temperatures lately have felt more winter-like over the last couple of weeks, but for Lower Falls to look like this requires really cold temperatures well below 0°F. This image was taken on a snowcoach tour to the Canyon area after temperatures had been around minus 20°F for a couple of nights, allowing significant ice buildup on the waterfall. If you haven't been here, this waterfall is 308 feet tall!
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