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Nothing conveys the cold of Yellowstone in winter better than a snow-crusted Bison. We spent a couple of hours Monday morning photographing a herd of Bison that had bedded down for the night in a meadow and were beginning to stir with the first morning light when we arrived. Their backs were covered with a thick layer of snow and their faces were encrusted with clumps of ice. This one looked particularly miserable.

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