A Land of Wild and Wonder
Photographer Christopher Cauble reveals the beauty and diversity of Yellowstone National Park in this stunning collection of contemporary photographs.Yellowstone: A Land of Wild and Wonder inspires wanderlust in readers as Cauble takes them on a remarkable journey of discovery. From dramatic landscapes to mesmerizing geyser photos to intimate wildlife portraits, these unique images inspire a new sense of wonder for Yellowstone’s timeless majesty.
Format: hardcover with dust jacket
Author: Christopher Cauble
Published: May 2016
120 color pages
List Price: $29.95
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Christopher Cauble grew up in Helena, Montana, where he began his passion for photography by exploring the local mountains with a 35mm film camera passed down from his parents. After graduating from the University of Montana with a bachelor’s degree in geography, he became a freelance photographer working mostly in Montana and Yellowstone National Park. His work has been featured in magazines and books, including A Montana Journal and the popular children’s book, What I Saw In Yellowstone. Cauble is also a dedicated nature cinematographer and his videos have been published on many national and international news sites and television programs. He lives near Yellowstone in Livingston, Montana, with his wife, Sarah. His work can be found on his website, chriscauble.co and on social media.
Beautiful new book showcases Yellowstone
A young Montana photographer presents a fresh vision of Yellowstone National Park in a new coffee-table book entitled “Yellowstone: A Land of Wild and Wonder.”
Christopher Cauble, 32, of Livingston, started photographing Yellowstone soon after he graduated from the University of Montana.
“I’ve loved Yellowstone ever since my family took me there as a kid,” Cauble said. “I always knew I wanted to photograph it, and I’ve spent many days and nights there, looking, listening, and waiting for the right light at the right moment.”<p">Cauble’s images are like the park itself: powerful, nuanced, graceful, stark. Old Faithful Geyser erupts at night beneath the sparkling ribbon of the Milky Way; elk weave in and out of a morning fog; striking patterns of color emerge from thermal areas.
Some of Cauble’s landscape photos show magnificent grandeur; others are quietly atmospheric. His wildlife photos demonstrate knowledge and respect, transcending portraits to show a connection to the animal viewed.
Cauble grew up in Helena. His work has been featured in magazines and books, including “A Montana Journal” and the popular children’s book, “What I Saw In Yellowstone.” Also a cinematographer, his videos have been published on national and international news sites and television programs.
“Yellowstone: A Land of Wild and Wonder” is a 120-page hardcover gift book from Riverbend Publishing of Helena. It sells for $30.