Finally! Yellowstone was vast and amazing; rainy, sunny, snowy, steamy. You definitely need several days to see the park; a lot of it you have to drive through unlike Teton which was a lot of hiking.
The first stop was Old Faithful; we showed up 8 or so minutes before it went off (about every hour or so)...which was a good thing because it was freezing there.
Kind of a let down in my opinion; because it was so cold there was a contrast in temperature so there was tons of steam and it was hard to see the geyser.
This no-name spot was actually more interesting; there were hot spots all over the place (those are not low-lying clouds).
Stinky, stinky, stinky. We went to a sulfuric cauldron which was cool but resembled rotten eggs or water thats been sitting in pipes for too long.
The mud volcano also stunk; very active and steamy.
This was my favorite spot; hard to capture the depth and height of Artist Point but this is a must see, a lot more of an impact than the typical touristy attractions.
Obviously, did not heed the warning...I was very uncomfortable that during this photo shoot he would charge.