#550 Geothermal Pool In Yellowstone #1

MyInnereyeMike

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This is a shot of a geothermal pool in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. USA

These geothermal pools are fascinating to observe, and photograph.
The atmosphere around these pools is very harsh. The air is very heavily sulfuric, and very steamy from the hot water of the pools. The colors you see are naturally occuring from the different forms of algea that live in the different temperatures along the sides of the pools. They are very deep, very old, and very mysterious. These pools shown here are very calm. Some are very violent, as they boil, spatter, and even geyser into the air. Some are watery, like you see here, while others are very thick like mud. The ground in this area here is very crusty. You must walk on special raised walkways, or risk the fate of falling through the crust, and into these boiling hot pools. It’s a dangerous, but beautiful place. Definitely one of the most unique places on earth.

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