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A journey into the geyser basins of Yellowstone national park with the intention of creating fine art photography with an emphasis on natural lig… Read More
A journey into the geyser basins of Yellowstone national park with the intention of creating fine art photography with an emphasis on natural light as it plays upon the steam and early morning fog. Read Less
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White Icing
Mammoth Hot Springs
Vapor-iced
Yellow-stoned
Venting
(Norris Geyser Basin)
Multiple-stoned
(one of thousands of steam vents)
The River Styx
Full Moon Rising
Mistified
Night-Light
Sulfur and Earth
(The steam vents and sulfur vapor keep the plant life at bay)
White-out
Cloaked
Moon-Set
(Old Faithful Geyser---early morning)
Steamed Beams
Morning Inferno
(Old Faithful Geyser and multiple steam vents)
Yellowstone National Park
Located in the northwest corner of the state of Wyoming, united States of America, is the world's first national park, created on March 1, 1872.  It is filled with acid geysers, muddy caldrons,  clear pools, sulfur deposits, mountains, canyons, waterfalls, wildlife, etc.  It is one of America's premier parks and is an amazing sight to see.  Photographs can never replace the actual experience of "being there".  This series represents only a very small portion of the park, where I focused on the geyser basin.  Thank you for looking at my work.
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