|©0114 Grand Tetons Part 1||©0115 Grand Tetons Part 2||©0116 Grand Tetons Part 3|
|©0117 Piedmont Lakes||©0118 Fort Yellowstone|
|©0119 Minerva Hotsprings||©0120 Elk in Reflection||©0121 Gallatin Hills|
|©0122 Artist's Point||©0123 Steamy Flowers||Travertine Terraces
©0124 Minerva Closeup
|©0125 Bear in Aspens|
|©0126 Gibbon Falls||©0127 Buffalo on River||©0128 Boiling Mud|
|©0129 Upper Yellowstone Fall||©0186 Yellowstone Canyon|
This gallery is ...Montana's door
to 2.2 million acre Yellowstone National Park opens through the
"Gallatin Hills" of the Gallatin National
Forest. Once in the park, you see "Steamy Flowers"as
you meander to "Minerva Hotsprings" and pause
to see the intricate sculpture of limestone Travertine terraces
at a " Minerva Closeup".
"Fort Yellowstone", once red roofed army barracks,
now offers comfort, park information, and lodging for park workers.
From anywhere in this geyser country, you can see "Boiling
Mud" and catch Old Faithful bursting steam every 79 minutes.
Though "Gibbon Falls" roars, an "Elk in Reflection" can be found just around the corner. The uniqueness of the Grand "Canyon of Yellowstone" convinced congress to make Yellowstone the first National Park in America. "Upper Yellowstone Falls" pours through valleys to plains where "Buffalo on the Yellowstone" can be seen roaming freely. The Lower Yellowstone River's "Artist's Point" is among the most visited sights in the world. You must look carefully to see a "Bear Among the Aspens" as they, too, call Yellowstone their home.
Sunset on the "Piedmont Lakes" characterizes the east fork of the Yellowstone River. The "Grand Tetons at Jackson Lake" coaxes you out of beautiful Yellowstone.
from "Compelling Landscapes" Gallery 11...
Strength in Perspective
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Last Updated 2-16-2017