Undine Falls

The Undine Falls is located on Lava Creek east of Mammoth and is about 100 feet (30 meters) high and drops in three tiers. Got lucky because I only had a time to get off a couple of shot before the sky opened and it began to pour.


Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA


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  • BJ 3y

    Love these falls...well done !
  • Matthew Crowley 3y

    Wonderful exposure of these falls, Bruce! What power! Gorgeous scene and capture!
  • PHOTOGRAPHY|bydamanti PRO 3y

    Nice! I never got a decent shot of this one...
  • Marcel Tuit PRO 3y

    Very nice work Bruce, well done.
  • Jack DeBlanc PRO 3y

    Great series on the falls of Yellowstone you are treating us to! This one is another full of energy and strong flow! Fantastic!
  • Ray Love www.facebook.com/raylovephotography/ PRO 3y

    I loce this enough motion blue to get you a sense of flow but not overly blurred out which for this falls works well.
  • Aspenbreeze PRO 3y

    Best shot I've seen of this falls. Really full when you got it. BEAUITFUL work
  • Orion 2 PRO 3y

    Wow!! Beautiful view of the falls! Nicely captured!
  • Debbie PRO 3y

    Beautiful! Bet you can't wait to return!!!
  • Darlene Bushue PRO 3y

    great exposure on this one; every time I stop, the lighting is too harsh, so that overcast sky really worked in your favor :-)
  • Colorado Sands PRO 3y

    Your exposure is beautiful!
  • david warzecha PRO 3y

    Awesome Shot !!! I need to exsplore that part of the US !
  • Pam Morris PRO 3y

  • martijn tuit ... 3y

    Always nice to see a waterfall, bruce.
    Only waterfall here in holland we have at the Zoo.
  • jb10okie 3y

    wonderful waterfall, well captured
  • Tom Lussier 3y

    Sweet capture Bruce! Very nice work. :)
  • Caleb Trautman 3y

    Like this one a lot, and the rest of the waterfall series!
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Taken on May 26, 2011
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