One of the many highlights during my trip through the west coast of the USA was visiting Yellow Stone National Park. You hear so many great things about this glorious, extensive piece of ground, but none of them make sense as long as you haven’t seen it for yourself.
When entering the park you’ll see woods, meadows and lakes, but when going further and further into the heart of Yellow stone you’ll get to witness geysers bursting out, high or low, and you’ll get to see the many, many different colors of the ground and water below you.
The smell of sulfur greets you, and gets stronger the more and more you disappear into Yellow Stone. It doesn’t annoy, it doesn’t smell – it just belongs to the overall appearance of the national park.
You may be lucky enough to spot a bear, but you’ll definitely spot a couple of the many elks and a bison or two. While hiking or driving through the park you’ll hear them move around you from time to time, walking around in the search for food.
Yellow Stone is incomparable, everything but an ordinary piece of nature, and that is definitely the secret of her beauty and charms. So today on the blog: my favorite photos from Yellow Stone on the very day we got to visit it.