On the first mostly sunny day in nearly 2 weeks, I went into Yellowstone to explore some of the thermal areas. The golden fall grasses and rising clouds of steam/mist from various features caught my attention in a couple of areas. This is a view along/across the Firehole River as it approaches Midway Geyser Basin. That’s Flood Geyser erupting to the right of center.
Looks like a fine day to be out and about in a fascinating place.
Mark, a wonderful look at this seemingly very open and certainly substantial territory. Just another day built especially for us photogs…
That is some great scenery, Mark, and looks like you were there on a wonderful day to photograph it. Very nice!
I like the subdued colors, they look right on for a somewhat cloudy autumn day, and transmit that feeling of “it’s getting cold”.
Lovely scene/comp. B/w could be fun here with all that contrast
Love the thermal drama and straw colored grass Mark. How lucky are you to live so close to this marvelous place.