Keeping with the theme of the last few posts...
Here's another sunset image I made in Yellowstone. I was super excited to get these sunset images at Yellowstone. I had this conversation with more than a handful of people that Yellowstone isn't really a "landscape" park. Meaning, it's real tough to find a good landscape image there. The people that had been there, totally agreed, while the folks that hadn't visited the park before couldn't figure out why I would say such a thing.
The Yellowstone area is a lot of thick forest, which makes things a bit difficult. The other thing about the park is if you want to include any of the geysers into your image, then you have to work on the geyser's schedule. Many times that isn't the same as the sun's or yours.
So, being able to get a few landscape images of sunset in Yellowstone I was super excited. Here's one of those.
This area was one of the many pools scattered along the Upper Geyser Basin in The Old Faithful area. I'm not even sure this pool had a name. It should be called The "this is where I knew sunset was going to be awesome" Pool.
This image was made with my Sony A7R, LA-EA4 Adapter and Tamron 24-70mm Lens. All mounted a top my Vanguard Alta Pro 283CT Tripod and BBH-200 Ballhead.