This is a small lake just south of Yellowstone lake. Most of Yellowstone lake was frozen over. This lake on the other hand was created when magma and water combined under the surface of the earth... exploded from the steam pressure and is constantly refilled from the underground stream..... or so the info describing the lake claimed.
This is taken right on the edge of Yellowstone lake. One of the few spots of the lake not completely frozen over at this point. I'm not sure what kind of bird/duck this is. It has webbed feet like a duck, but a beak like a bird. Any help here...
See... I told you it was still frozen over. And you didn't believe me.
Elk. Taken near one of the many steam pots.
Obligatory shot of a bison. They are in abundance in Yellowstone. This was about 15 feet from the side of our vehicle.
This picture of a moose was not taken inside Yellowstone but about 30 miles outside the park. About an hours drive from our place.
This is a picture of my wife attacking me completely unprovoked, with a big ball of snow and ice. She would like you to believe I had thrown a snowball at her first. She is not to be believed. She lies... a lot.