In a Mammoth flurry

Off season in Yellowstone often comes with localized rain or snow showers. In this case, it was flurrying lightly as I wandered the upper terrace boardwalk at Mammoth. If you look carefully, you can see a few snow flakes falling in the sky. This flurry came and went in about 10 minutes.

5D3, 24-105@28 mm, f/16, 1/160s, iso 100, tripod (and clean cotton cloth for drying).

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I had to look really, really close to see the snowflakes, LOL, but hey, who cares, still a nice shot.

A nice shot, indeed, Mark. There is a lot to take in from this scene. I love everything about it, even don’t mind the seeing a snow flake or two. Very nice.