Rain continues to come down on us during this Yellowstone Spring workshop, but we work to make the best of it. In the morning we got to see a number of bison, who did not seem to mind the rain one bit, while we worked to get some great shots they continued eating grasses and going about their business like we were not even there. As you can see in the image above they are currently shedding their winter coats for a much more lightweight and comfortable summer coat.
Later in the day we got to the famous Artist Point, with this incredible view of the Lower Falls of the Yellowstone and the Yellowstone River as it courses it way thru the Gand Canyon of the Yellowstone.
Although this White-crowned Sparrow is a fairly common bird and certainly not one of the large and spectacular species that Yellowstone is known for, I very much like how it is framed and how the out of focus background makes it pop out in this image.
Quick Tip: Make the best of a less than ideal situation. Look to make interesting images even out of some of the most common subjects.