I've had three wonderful summers working as a park ranger at Yellowstone, and I've made friendships with amazing people and grown a lot as a person. Yellowstone will always have a sacred place in my heart, but I have decided not to return there this upcoming summer season. I may yet return to Wonderland sometime further down the road in my career, but this spring I will be moving to another park which I love, and I expect to have a great time working there. 😊
Yellowstone is where I made friends, fell in love, and got to know myself, and it will always be a part of who I am. 💛
Despite the crowd of photographers (which I’m honestly often a part of, wherever they might be) this was a great morning, I really don’t think I could’ve asked for a better sunrise than the one we got here. And even though this is a very popular place to photograph and there are many photos floating around of it, this is still a significant photo for me because it’s one of my most popular on Instagram, and that was just a nice surprise back when I posted it.
“Everyone has sinned; we all fall short of God’s glorious standard.”
Romans 3:23 “It is a terrible thing to fall into the hands of the living God.”
- Hebrews 10:31 “The smoke of their torment will rise forever and ever, and they will have no relief day or night”
- Revelations 14:11 “Everyone who calls on the name of the LORD will be saved.”
- Romans 10:13
Happy Lords day 🙌🏻 #canonfilm#porta400#canonAE1#yellowstone
These two people are seriously becoming some of the most wonderful, affirming, and inspiring people I have had the privilege of befriending.
Also, super excited to embark on a crazy ice climbing adventure with them!
The summer of 2018 was one of the most incredible times of my life. In the months of June-September I lived in the amazing Yellowstone National Park. During my time there I had a chance to develop my passion for nature landscapes. These are some of my favorites that I captured that summer. .
Mission accomplie ✅ nous avons passé la journée avec une chercheuse qui étudie les loups à Yellowstone . Nous avons eu la chance d observer les 14 loups de 8 mile pack pendant 2 heures sous -10 degré, mais ça valais tellement la peine . Moi avons aussi vu des bisons , renards , coyote, aigle, élans .. c est un vrai rêve . Nous n avons pas bcp de phots car j ai préféré observer mais voici un petit aperçu de notre journée !
Bucket list ✅ we spend the day with a Yellowstone scientist doing research on the wolves . We had the chance to see the 14 wolves of 8mile pack. We saw bisons , bold eagles , foxes , coyotes. It was a blessing. #yellowstone#wildlife#wolftracker#wolf#fox#bison#blessed