Secrets in Yellowstones and Grand Teton National Parks is a photographic essay of wildlife, scenic wilderness and hydrothermal diversity. Varied subject matter and rare shots of species are the main focus of this National Photographic Collection. Delicate animal portraits in that moment of curious tension, mothers with newborns, raptors in flight, ungulates in combat, fire and other events of nature represent the picturial features.
This photographic composition has taken 13 men and women 110 years collectively to amass this level of photography on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Throughout the collection the photographers reveal the secrets of how their photographs were created.
The two parks are separeted in this book in order for the reader to easily identify the scenic multifariousness characteristic of each area. Fortunately, the animals featured are indigenous migration paths and completely unaware of man-made boundaries.