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    Posted: 13 November 2023 at 15:54
Hi everyone,

Further images from the mammoth Terraces as we make our way down to the main are of Mammoth. The following show the subdued colours of the travertine terraces off quite nicely:

1. Small Bush and Pool



2. Alive With Thermophiles



3. Tendrils



4. The Steps



6. Pastel Travertine


I was fascinated by this feature; the more you looked at it them more you could find hidden in its depths. More of this in a later posting.

7. Pool Edge Patterns



8. Still Cold


It was still around -20 - 25C at this time hence the steam rising!

9. Salmons, Yellows and Greens



10. Yellows and Greens



11. Casting Long Shadow



12. Three Sticks



13. Lower Terrace



14. Colours and Patterns



Thanks for looking through these and comments, as always, most welcome

Best regards, Neil.
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Having never been to Yellowstone I would not associate the steps images with Yellowstone unless you had presented them here. #4 with its symmetry, balance (heaviness on the bottom) and evenness of the long horizontals and filling the frame is my my favorite with #6 a close second. Fascinating.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote owenn01 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 November 2023 at 09:40
Hi Roger,

Thanks for the comment and it also made me realise I had 'skipped' #5 in the numbering! Too late to correct now so never mind.

I also must now take you to task: you have lived in the USA all your life and yet you have never been to Yellowstone?! Tell you what; I will 'correct' my behaviour and visit the East Coast (next year; Acadia on the bill!), if you take the plunge and agree to go to Yellowstone some time in the next couple of years... Does that sound like a deal? You never know, we could make a 'mini meet' out of a Yellowstone trip!

Take care and best regards, Neil.
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This #6 fascinates me as well. Mesmerising...
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Originally posted by owenn01 owenn01 wrote:

Hi Roger, I also must now take you to task: you have lived in the USA all your life and yet you have never been to Yellowstone?! Tell you what; I will 'correct' my behaviour and visit the East Coast (next year; Acadia on the bill!), if you take the plunge and agree to go to Yellowstone some time in the next couple of years... Does that sound like a deal? You never know, we could make a 'mini meet' out of a Yellowstone trip!


There is no need for me to visit Yellowstone - I have seen over the last few years every possible image to be taken while I reside right here in the coziness of my home while looking at your posts. It is difficult for me to admit that I had a brother-in-law that lived in Jackson Hole for years and I never visited him there! For whatever reason I am drawn to either the lesser photographed national parks or the ones close to home. See you in Acadia.   
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Post Options Post Options   Quote MichelvA Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 November 2023 at 09:04
Lovely shots Neil. I am also a fan of #6, but also 8 and 12. TFS
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The fascination just doesn't end! Again, a marvelous selection of images, Neil!

Hard to pick any favorites! #2 and #3 are on the top if one goes for unusual, surprising sights!

TFS!
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