The documentary Christmas in Yellowstone is one of the better nature documentaries I’ve seen in awhile. Produced by PBS, it follows a group of animals as they suffer through the northern Wyoming winter. Of course the scenes you see are breathtaking and awe-inspiring, but it’s more than that. The film also brings to life the harshness of these animals lives and follows a photographer and his attempts to capture the wildlife in even the most treacherous of climates. It’s truly engrossing and enchanting, and well worth your time. Christmas in Yellowstone presents the beauty and serenity of a part of the country not many people take the time to notice. For those that have visited Yellowstone, they have certainly not seen it in the snowy winter, and that makes all the difference. On a scale of 1 to 10, it’s a 10.
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