Jupiter Terrace in Yellowstone National Park. Mammoth Hot Springs is in the northern section of the park. Don't miss it if you're only there a few days.
Joffe Lake in Yellowstone National Park. I didn't know the name of the lake while shooting it but thanks to Google Earth I can figure out where I've been in my life.
Swan Lake Flats in Yellowstone National Park. Pulled over to stretch our legs on the way to Mammoth Hot Springs. Gallatin Mountains provide an idyllic backdrop for the lake.
One of the attractions in Yellowstone National Park that I missed the first time through was the Grand Prismatic Spring. The largest hot spring in the U.S. and third largest in the world.
Walking along Fairy Falls Trail to the Grand Prismatic Spring Overlook we ran across a grouse. Didn't seem too worried about the group of hikers, came down the hill nearly to the trail before we continued.
The Turquoise Pool in Yellowstone National Park. Another attraction on the Grand Prismatic Spring Boardwalk. Measures between 142 degrees to 160 degrees.
Excited to see the Grand Prismatic Spring we took off to the boardwalk. After a few minutes of walking we spotted the people on the hill with the elevated position. Still worth the stop but the iconic shot is located by trail a few minutes away.
The Opal Pool in Yellowstone National Park. Another feature on the Grand Prismatic Spring Boardwalk. The pool has nice reflective properties to photograph.
The Excelsior Geyser in Yellowstone National Park. Located on the Grand Prismatic Spring Boardwalk the pool created quite a bit of steam on a cool morning.