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S: Yellowstone 2015

FC: yellowstone

1: Yellowstone River | July 30

2: July 31 | Snow roof for the railroad

6: McDonald Creek Valley... | "a hanging valley"

7: Weeping Wall

10: Tesla in Missoula | August 1

11: The Old Opera House Theatre Kooskia, Idaho

12: Riggins, Idaho | Payette, Idaho

13: Built in 1864, the oldest brick house in Boise | BOISE | Basques visiting from Australia | August 2

14: Kimberly Josh and Malcom Hardy. Boise, Idaho

15: BOISE

16: The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar | August 3

17: Grand Tetons | UPPER GEYSER BASIN Old Faithful Group | GEEZER

19: We didn't know Drew was here! | On March 1, 1872 President Ulysses S. Grant signed the Yellowstone Park Act, creating America's - and the world's - first national park. | The Old Faithful Inn was completed in 1904. The grand lobby is known as the "Old House." Timber columns, hickory furniture and a large stone fireplace add to its rustic appeal. The East and West Wings were added in the teens and twenties.

21: Blue Star Spring | Chinese Spring a small bubbling pool with a raised sinter edge | UPPER GEYSER BASIN and Old Faithful Group | Firehole River | August 4

22: Sawmill Geyser | Churn Geyser | Spasmodic Geyser | The multiple vents of Penta Geyser | Old Tardy Geyser | GRAND GROUP

23: Shield Spring | Castle Geyser (a cone geyser) is part of the Castle Group | Crested Geyser | South Scalloped Spring on the east bank of the Firehole River | UPPER GEYSER BASIN

24: Bulger Geyser (and Bulger's Hole) | Belgium Geyser: Named for a tourist from Belgium who was killed in 1929 after falling into the pool. | West Triplet Geyser | Vent Geyser | Economic Geyser used to erupt every few minutes. These eruptions ceased in the 1920's.

25: Wave Spring Geyser

26: Giant Geyser | UPPER GEYSER BASIN

27: Morning Glory Pool | Spiteful Geyser | UPPER GEYSER BASIN | Chromatic Pool

28: Beauty Pool | Grotto Geyser | North Goggles Geyser

29: Ear Spring | Beach Spring | Aurum Geyser, a cone type | Visitors on Geyser Hill Near Old Faithful | GEYSER HILL, UPPER GEYSER BASIN

30: Sponge Geyser | Pump Geyser | Tea Kettle Spring | Giantess Geyser

31: THUMB PAINT POTS | Collapsing Pool | Ledge Spring | Thumb Geyser | Blue Funnel Spring

32: Twin Geyser | King Geyser

33: Cyano Bacteria, found in many of Yellowstone's thermal features

34: Big Cone | Fishing Cone | WEST THUMB GEYSER BASIN YELLOWSTONE LAKE

35: Lake Shore Geyser | Lakeside Spring

37: Sulphur Caldron | HAYDEN VALLEY

38: Lower Falls South Rim

39: The brink of the Lower Falls

40: Kepler Cascades: the Firehole River takes a 100 ft.tumble into a narrow gorge. Located just south of Old Faithful on 191. | The American Buffalo | August 5

42: From.Inspiration Point

43: Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone Lower Falls from Artist Point | Many people think that this was the spot where famous artist Thomas Moran painted to inspire Congress in 1872. However, Moran's paintings were actually created at the north rim overlook called Lookout Point.

44: Buffalo scratching post | Buffalo pie

45: Chittenden Bridge and the Upper Falls | Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Lower Falls, from Artist Point | Brink of the Upper Falls

46: The brink of the Lower Falls, north rim

47: Painting by Thomas Moran | The Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone from Lookout Point | Lower Falls

48: OSPREY NEST

50: Tower Fall: located behind the general store two miles south of Roosevelt | Yellowstone River

51: Calcite Spring Overlook & the Yellowstone River | Columnar Basalt Formations | Overhanging cliff

52: Teddy Roosevelt near Liberty Cap

53: Buffalo Scratching Posts | Petrified Tree

54: Silex Spring | A Fumerole | Bacteria Mat

55: Bubbling mud | Twig Geyser | Volcanic Tableland

56: Clepsydra Geyser

57: This aerial photo over Midway Geyser Basin shows Grand Prismatic Spring and Excelsior Geyser crater draining into nearby Firehole River. | Some scientists consider Yellowstone to be a "super volcano,' which refers to a volcano capable of an eruption of more than 240 cubic miles of magma. Two of Yellowstone's three major eruptions met the criteria. Scientists from the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory watch an array of monitors in place throughout the region. The monitors detect strong movements or shifts in heat that would indicate increasing activity. No evidence of an imminent eruption exists at this time.

58: Turquoise Pool | Sunset Lake | Grand Prismatic Spring

59: Opalescent Pool | Cliff Geyser | Spouter Geyser | Iron Spring Creek | August 6

60: Green Spring | Emerald Pool | Thermophiles, or heat loving microscopic organisms, are nourished by the extreme habitat at hydrothermal features in Yellowstone. They also color hydrothermal features, as shown here.

61: Black Opal Spring | Wall Pool | Black Diamond Pool

63: Jewel Geyser | Mustard Spring | Black Pearl Geyser | Sapphire Pool | Shell Geyser

64: Firehole Spring | Firehole Lake | Surprise Pool | LOWER GEYSER BASIN | Avoca Spring

65: Young Hopeful Geyser | White Dome Geyser | White Dome Geyser

66: Steady Geyser

67: Firehole Canyon

69: PORCELAIN BASIN | Pinwheel Geyser runoff | Silica and clay saturate some acidic waters, making them appear milky. | The color patterns you see often represent different organisms colonizing at different pH and heat gradients. Cyanidium grows bright green. Sulphur creates a pale yellow hue. | Whale's Mouth

70: Crackling Lake | Black Growler Steam Vent

71: Monarch Geyser Crater | Corporal Geyser | Veteran Geyser | BACK BASIN | Minute Geyser

72: Fearless Geyser | Fearless Geyser | Steamboat Geyser | Cistern Spring

73: Main Terrace | Electric Peak | Emerald Spring This 27-foot-deep pool is lined with yellow sulfur deposits. The yellow color combines with reflected blue light, making the hot spring appear jewel-green. | Norris Geyser Basin Museum

74: Mammoth Overlook | Cathedral Rock juts out from the northern slope of Bunsen Peak. The peak was named after German physicist Robert Wilhelm Bunsen. He was famous for his theories about geysers and for his invention that bears his name, the Bunsen burner.

75: Orange Spring Mound | Liberty Cap and Palette Spring

76: Elk | Mammoth Terraces

77: Roosevelt Arch | Gardiner, Montana | Gardner River

78: August 7 | MAIN LODGE FIREPLACE The fireplace in the Main Lodge is made of soapstone mined in the Karelian Mountain Range of Eastern Finland. The heat retaining soapstone fireplace is engineered for maximum heat efficiency, utilizing a system of internal flues that direct fire and heat to every stone surface.

79: Montana's Rib & Chop House, Livingston, with Lance and Teresa Lerner | Chip and Lance in Bozeman

80: August 8

81: Prairie's Edge, Rapid City | Mitchell, South Dakota

82: July 29 through August 9, 2015 | CHICO HOTSPRING | Woodbury

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