Well, here it is. I had to shoot this. It's the Lower Falls, in Yellowstone's Grand Canyon. Here is where Yellowstone gets it's name. Notice how yellow the rock is. Primarily from all the Sulphur from the volcanic activity. This was my first shot I took when arriving in Yellowstone. I love the hazy quality, and the depth it creates. It was not actually hazy when I shot this. It was snowing. It's amazing how you can't get away from the volcanic activity in Yellowstone. From this beautiful overlook, if you look straight down towards the river, there is steam gushing out of the canyon walls.
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