April 30, 2017 • Leave a Comment
Spring is a time of change and I'm making some changes to my website. I never did my annual cull of old images, so some time this week I hope to finally remove some of the older images to make room for new ones. I started it back in November but only made it to the "B's" in wildlife, so I have a lot to do! I'm also no longer going to be posting a "Photo of the Week." This is a feature I've been doing for as long as I can remember but instead I want to get more consistent with writing blog entries and I can tell a better story by using more than one photo. All new photos will go into the "Recently Added" gallery on my website. I'm also changing my use of my facebook page which has been stagnant for the last couple of years. I'll keep the page to have a presence there, but won't be adding new photos so I can instead focus on doing the work on my website which needs to be done. April is a month of changes, and the changing weather is a large part of it. The photo above was taken near Old Faithful on the second day of the opened roads while the photo below was a few days later. Anyone who's only been around Yellowstone for the last two or three years would think the recent snow is unusual, but it's actually common for big snow storms to come through in April and May. We've been spoiled the last couple of years with sunny, warm temperatures in the Spring, but the moisture we should receive this time of year is critical, so I'm happy to see it. Thanks for reading and please visit often!
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