Hello all! I'll be heading up to work in Montana the first full week of May, driving through Colorado and Wyoming. I'd like to stop and camp in Yellowstone a few days to try and get some better photos. I drove through it once several years ago, but wasn't able to do more than stop and watch Old Faithful once before the sun went down. I checked the road openings, and it looks like the roads from Old Faithful to the north end of the Park will be open. If you had 3 days in Yellowstone, where would you concentrate your time? Any tips for great photo opportunities in the spring? Wildlife is my main focus, since I'm not sure how much hiking I'd be able to do alone with all the snow and bears starting to wake up. I believe there is a recommendation out from the park to stay in groups of three or more. Thanks!