Friday, July 9, 2010

Nature's artistry

  The highlight of Yellowstone, and its uniqueness, comes from the steam and mud and geysers bubbling up in various places of the world's first national park (1872).
  But it was the overall beauty that really won me over in mid-June, and made the headaches of driving, finding campsites and dealing with the throngs of people all worthwhile.
  Here's the famous and oft-copied view of Lower Yellowstone Falls from Artist Point.

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