Hello everyone, I've planned a trip to Colorado and Wyoming for September. We will be doing a road trip starting in Denver, crossing the Rockies to the Colorado National Monument just outside Grand Junction, then up to Dinosaur NP, through Flaming Gorge NRA, to the Tetons and Yellowstone, then diagnolly across Wyoming through the Wind River Range to Cheyenne, down to Rocky Mountain NP, and back to Denver. It seems like a lot but we have three weeks so the pace won't be too bad. I'm planning to spend the biggest chunk of time in Yellowstone, about 6-7 days.
Though I am generally familiar with most of the areas we are going to, I was wondering if anyone could provide some guidance on good photographic opportunities or even travel/logistical tips. I will most likely be dragging around two camera systems: An Ebony 4x5 for landscapes and a Contax 645 for wildlife.
Thanks for your input.