Tangle Creek, Yellowstone, USA by Robert Fulton

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It had always been an ambition of mine to visit Yellowstone in Winter on a photographic holiday, and eventually it came true for me. I found it to be a fantastic place with the natural geysers providing atmospheric backdrops with the hoar frosted trees the focal points.

When taking this particular picture I was conscious of making use of the little stream running alongside the main trees. I felt that due to the misty conditions the bare trees in the background provided some depth to the image without being a distraction.
I've never had the chance to experience Yellowstone in the Autumn but I would image there be plenty of photographic opportunities, so who knows maybe one day I'll make a return visit.

I came back to Scotland with great memories of a very special landscape venue.

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