Mud Volcano Abstract, Yellowstone National Park, WY

Mud Volcano plant, an abstract in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Still traveling virtually around the west. I had to look up a few facts on Yellowstone today and got mired (sorry) in YouTube videos of the geologic features of the area and the continent in general. Fascinating stuff. I’ve added a couple more images below, one of Yellowstone Falls and one of the National Park’s famous residents. Thanks for looking. G

Mud Volcano Abstract, Yellowstone National Park, WY

Yellowstone Falls

American Bison

Yellowstone Revisited, Mammoth Hot Springs, WY

Yellowstone revisited, Mammoth Hot Springs, Wyoming. From a visit in 2005 when I took my children on a trip of discovery through Colorado, Wyoming and Utah. I took them out of school for two weeks in September. We had wonderful trip together, riding our bicycles through the fall colors in Crested Butte, around Yellowstone, the Tetons and Canyonlands National Parks. I swear we saw every dinosaur track and many miles of the Oregon Trail wagon wheel ruts. All kinds of wild life, except the bears and wolves, but almost every other creature. The kids loved those boardwalks skirting all the pools and running on the lake shorelines. The lack of crowds made it blissfully beautiful. Here’s one of the views above Mammoth Hot Springs and tomorrow I’ll post an abstract from the Mud Volcano. Thanks for looking. G

Yellowstone Revisited, Mammoth Hot Springs, WY

On The Back Of A Sand Dune

On the back of a giant sand dune, Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve in Colorado. You never know what shapes will come as the sun sets on the great dunes in the National Park. I thought this one resembled a dolphin leaping through the  waves made by the prow of a ship. Thanks for looking. G

 

On The Back Of A Sand Dune

March Musings added

I’ve just added a March Musings, a photo essay in the San Luis Valley Free PDF Download