A Tale: Part 6: A Lady’s Visit To The Geysers Of The Yellowstone Park — HWS 1880.

The final installment of HWS's chronicle of her Yellowstone adventure begins at the edge of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. Then a photographer takes her picture on Foxey and she visits Yellowstone Lake and the Upper Geyser Basin. Then she starts home. Begin with Part 1 ∞§∞ The lads of our party found great … Continue reading A Tale: Part 6: A Lady’s Visit To The Geysers Of The Yellowstone Park — HWS 1880.

A Tale: Pioneer Photographer Documents Hunting Expedition Near Yellowstone Park — 1889

When I received my copy of the fall issue of the Pioneer Museum Quarterly last week, I was delighted to see an article about Charles D. Loughrey, a Bozeman pioneer photographer. I had examined the museum's collection of Loughrey's photographs but didn't know much about him.   Jacob Rubow of the museum staff dug through Loughrey's … Continue reading A Tale: Pioneer Photographer Documents Hunting Expedition Near Yellowstone Park — 1889

A Tale: Photographing Grizzlies With Flash Powder — 1906

At the dawn of the Twentieth Century, a self-described hunter-naturalist named William Henry Wright decided to start carrying a camera on his various expeditions. He soon began taking excursions just to photograph animals. After a while, he decided to take on the challenges of photographing grizzlies. Because the grizzlies are shy and tend to be … Continue reading A Tale: Photographing Grizzlies With Flash Powder — 1906