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Here's Looking At You, Kid!
Photo By Diana Webb

  • Title: Here's Looking At You, Kid!
  • State/Province/Region: Wyoming
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Town: Jackson Hole, WY
  • Brief Directions: Yellowstone National Park is located in the northwest corner of Wyoming. In summer, all five entrances are open: North: From Livingston and Gardiner, MT, via US 89. West: From West Yellowstone, MT, via US 20 or US 191. South: From Jackson, WY, via US 26, US 89/287/191. East: From Cody, WY, via US 14/16/20. Northeast: From Billings, MT, and Red Lodge via I 94, US 212.
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Description: This praying mantis was found in our RV sink when we were camping in the Yellowstone National Park. His big eyes kept looking up towards my flash as I repeatedly took pictures of him. After his "photo shoot" I set him free outside our RV.
  • Gear: Nikon D50, Nikon D18-55mm Lens;flash
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