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Quickly approaching storm casts an erie feel to lighting
It is a picture of the white part of Travertine Terraces as seen at Mammoth Hot Springs in the northwest corner of Yellowstone National Park. Travertine is a form of calcium carbonate that is dissolved from limestone beneath the ground. It is then carried to the surface by hot water. The colors represent a variety of bacterial algae that survive at varous water temperatures. In this case, the white is so bright, it is almost blinding. The clouds and aproaching storm create great contrast.
Editing to picture: White Balance, Light Contrast, Unsharpen Mask, Noise Removal. No color, saturation, or hue adjustments. This is not a computer image or a fake, a fluke maybe, but not a fake.
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