YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK Extreme Telephoto Photography

YELLOWSTONE National Park Extreme Telephoto Photography

Photography World Article & Photography By American Photographer Robert Wilson

Edited by Mina Thevenin

Follow-up article to our series YELLOWSTONE Photography—75 Years

It was my first day at the cabin outside of Yellowstone National Park. Tired after a solo four day drive across America, I awakened early as has
been my habit. Coffee in hand, I wondered what adventures would befall me on this first day of a month long stay to photograph wildlife using extreme telephoto photography! Half asleep, I opened the cabin door and was jarred awake by a mother moose and her young calf fifteen feet away. My heart raced with joy!


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