Yellowstone National Park has its share of wonderful landscapes in addition to the variety of wildlife. Above are the intense colors of the runoff from the Grand Prismatic Spring which pumps out 566 gallons of water every minute.
Early morning fog obscures the background from this grouping of dead trees.
The constant steam coming from the hydrothermal features in Yellowstone always give the landscape here a mystical appearance.
I found this section of the vertically straight grass mimicking the trees to be very graphic and interesting.
The last image below, taken during another early, fog-covered morning, reminded me of the Smoky Mountains back east.