- D.J. Richardson
The idea of returning to the exact same spot, year after year, and taking a photo of the same view, sounds boring, especially when the view is of a quiet bend in the river and a few trees sticking up. But there is a spot on the Yellowstone River that I return to every time I'm in the park, that never ceases to amaze me by how different it looks every time I'm there. The light, the mist at dawn, the clouds, the snow, the wildlife ... or just a slight turn to the left to see fording elk, or a glance down to a couple of trumpeter swans. A personal favorite.