We spent the entire day in Yellowstone National Park, which is not nearly enough time honestly, as there are many sites and it is a sprawling place. Nonetheless, it was fabulous. At one point we arrived in the Lamar Valley, which is billed as the Serengeti of the North, and totally lives up to it billing. Wildlife seems to be everywhere. We encountered this coyote just by the side of the road, happily crunching on this hapless varmint and completely ignoring us. I guess when tourists are gawking at you daily you become a bit numb to it and realize they are not a threat. Anyways, he enjoyed his meal, we enjoyed watching, so I guess everyone was happy.
Single image at f/11 and some minor adjustments in PSE and Aperture.