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Photographing Yellowstone

We have all heard of the natural wonders of the Yellowstone National Park – geysers, hot springs, waterfalls, extraordinary wildlife, the list goes on and on. Mark Hamblin takes us on a breathtaking journey there

Formed over millennia, the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, the largest area of pristine land in the continental United States, is considered to be one of the world’s finest ecosystems. At its heart is Yellowstone National Park, a world first, that surely rates as one of the finest locations for wildlife and landscape photography in North America. Lying predominantly in the western state of Wyoming, but straddling Montana and Idaho, Yellowstone contains a treasure trove of wildlife from primitive...

Read this article, and many more, in High Definition, inside Issue 31 of Landscape Photography Magazine.

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Mark Hamblin

Mark Hamblin is a freelance nature photographer with a primary focus on Scotland’s wildlife and wild places. His recent work has been on collaborative projects that include Tooth & Claw and Wild Wonders of Europe. He is also working on the 2020VISION project.

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