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Wooden boardwalks lead you through the seemingly impossible landscape of Mammoth Hot Springs. Here earth rises in steam, streams boil and grasses turn into colorful terraces of limestone and travertine.

Grassy Spring, Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming USA
Canon 5D Mark II with Canon EF16-35 f/2.8L II USM lens
Focal length 20mm, 1/25 second at f/14, ISO 100

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During an unexpected chance to experience Africa, a seed was planted. Nurtured by subsequent forays into wild places, this photographer was born.

Jacques Cousteau said “People protect what they love.” And we’ve all heard that “A picture is worth a thousand words.” So, enough with this. My photography says the rest. Thanks for listening.

Sylvia J. Zarco
aka Owed to Nature

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  • Owed to Nature
    Owed to Natureabout 1 year ago

    Description  by Owed to Nature

    Wooden boardwalks lead you through the seemingly impossible landscape of Mammoth Hot Springs. Here earth rises in steam, streams boil and grasses turn into colorful terraces of limestone and travertine.
    Grassy Spring, Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming USA


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  • Kent Keller
    Kent Kellerabout 1 year ago

    Fantastic capture Sylvia…so well seen!!!

  • Thank you so much Kent! Wow, the air temperature out there sounds too close to these water temps. Though it makes for beautiful terrain in Yellowstone sure it’s another thing to suffer through in the dry desert!

    – Owed to Nature

  • lynn carter
    lynn carterabout 1 year ago

    amazing work xx

  • You are too kind Lynn… but I love it. ;-) Thank You!

    – Owed to Nature

  • John Velocci
    John Velocciabout 1 year ago

  • Thank you for the warm welcome!

    – Owed to Nature

  • Poete100
    Poete100about 1 year ago

    How interesting to see the Hot Springs….Nice capture too….

  • Thank you Lorraine! Yellowstone never ceases to amaze, interest and fascinate me. So happy I can share it with you. ;-)

    – Owed to Nature

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppabout 1 year ago

    Wonderful work

  • Thank you so very much Larry! …Sylvia

    – Owed to Nature

  • TeresaB
    TeresaBabout 1 year ago

    July 2, 2013

    Beautiful work!

  • How wonderful you like this unusual landscape… Thank you for the Feature Teresa!

    – Owed to Nature

  • trish725
    trish725about 1 year ago

  • Thank you so very much Trish! ;-)

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  • ╰⊰✿ℒᵒᶹᵉ Bonita✿⊱╮ Lalonde✿⊱╮

    Congradulations on your feature nicey done and presented
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  • Many Thanks Bonita!

    – Owed to Nature

  • artwhiz47
    artwhiz47about 1 year ago

    Beautiful catch of this intriguing bit of Nature… have always been fascinated by this landscape, but have never been there. Great work, Sylvia… congratulations on those features!

  • Thank you Shelia! Oh, you owe it to yourself to go. It’s a uniquely special and fantastic place. No one place offers such diverse experiences and any park would be so lucky to offer even one… geysers, hot springs and mudpots, waterfalls, canyons, mountains, vast landscapes, backcountry wilderness, rivers, lakes, valleys, prairie and all of it teeming with incredible wildlife. It is with good reason they call the Lamar Valley America’s Serengeti. Oh the Serengeti, that’s another place you should go… ;-)

    – Owed to Nature

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