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Close Encounter
Photo By Chuck Martin

  • Title: Close Encounter
  • State/Province/Region: Wyoming
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Yellow.stone National Park
  • Nearest Town: West Yellowstone
  • Brief Directions: From West Yellow stone follow the directions to Old Faithful. The wildlife is plentiful .
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Description: While traveling up the pass from the west park entrance to Old Faithful we encountered three Bison in our lane coming straight at us. The road is a series of S turns with limited viability. I was able to pull off on a closed access road. Taking this shot.
  • Gear: Canon 6d,70-200mm lens Canon2x extender
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    Posted on Monday 20 October, 2014 by Jim Schlett.

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    Posted on Monday 20 October, 2014 by Valerie Millett.

    Thanks Laura!! I walked into this little slot canyon till it was completely dark and thought I'd sort of found nothing much…then turned around and saw THIS. I was gem for sure.

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    Posted on Monday 20 October, 2014 by Kris Walkowski.

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    Posted on Monday 20 October, 2014 by Laura Zirino.

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