Steve Guymon Photography

Wondrous Yellowstone

I just returned from four days in Yellowstone. Yellowstone was her usual wondrous self. Although I’ve never gotten a good grizzly image, this trip I had great sessions every day with grizzlies. Black bears were so plentiful I was very selective which ones I photographed. Mike Coil and I hiked into Trout Lake twice to photograph a mother otter and her two pups as they swam, played and fished. I hiked into several water falls and hot springs I’ve always wanted to see but never had the chance. The wild flowers changed the color of the landscape. A black wolf fifty yards away was too camera shy but thrilling to see. Doe mule deer still had their spotted fawns with them while the buck’s velvet covered antlers are approaching full growth. It’s a beautiful world and Yellowstone National Park is right at the top!

4 Responses to “Wondrous Yellowstone”

  1. Burton Roberts says:

    We really enjoyed talking to you at Trout Lake while we photographed the otters. It was our first trip to Yellowstone and wish we could go as often as you do. We really liked your pictures!! They are better than ours by far.

  2. Tom Winings says:

    Hi, Steve….

    Hope you had a great holiday. My son and wife are over and we’re to take a walk through your gallery shots!


  3. Dennis Kohler says:


    I visit your website about every two weeks just to see what new and amazing adventures you’ve enjoyed. Thanks for sharing them with me.
    I’m still looking forward to learnig some nymphing lessons when the water drops. Love your pictures.


  4. Bushra Saleem says:

    Hey Steve,
    I am 16 and I am a huge fan of your photography. It’s because of you that i decided to make photography my passion and career.
    Thank you so much,
    true fan.