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Perfectly Timed Photos from Yellowstone National Park

Beat the crowds of summer, and visit Yellowstone this spring season. You might even catch one of these rare photo ops.

4 Lenses, 4 Weeks, 4 Trips: Lake McDonald

When the sun goes down in late summer and early fall, the sky comes to life with billions of stars.

4 Lenses, 4 Weeks, 4 Trips: Highline Trail

Use your macro lens to snap up-close-and-personal shots of wildflowers along one of the premiere trails in the National Park System.

4 Trips, 4 Weeks, 4 Lenses: Many Glacier Valley

No trip to the park is complete without spending a day looking for wildlife in the Many Glacier Valley.

4 Trips, 4 Weeks, 4 Lenses: Going-to-the-Sun Road

Grab your wide-angle lens, slide on your driving gloves, and get ready to travel one of America's most scenic drives.

All In The Family

All summer long, I watched these small water birds fly in and out of the waterfalls, where they nested and fed.

Ah, But it's Cold Outside

On their way to Glacier National Park to ski McDonald Creek, Ranger Rains and a friend capture icicles forming on the side of a narrow canyon.

Can You Love A Place?

Logan Pass is the pinnacle and heart of the Going-To-The-Sun Road in Glacier National Park.

Postcards From the Park

Reminiscing about summer at Montana's Virginia Falls.

After Sunset

The light goes quickly over the Great Northern Mountain in wintertime.

Go Jump (on) a Lake

Ice watching, like cloud watching, takes a certain amount of imagination and play. What will you see?

Bird Count Blues

On a frigid January day, Ranger Rains attempts to count birds while cross-country skiing at Blacktail Mountain.
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