Yellowstone National Park

Second set of aerial photos from Yellowstone National Park 2020. The color in just about every photo I've seen of this geological feature is usually way over-saturated. Here's how the colors actually look. | Yellowstone National Park in United States
River valley captured in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming USA | Yellowstone National Park in United States
Aerial photo of mountain and river | Yellowstone National Park in United States
Black bear sow with cub near Tower Fall;
Neal Herbert;
May 2015;
Catalog #20108d;

Origianl #ndh-yell-7658 | Yellowstone National Park in United States
Grand Canyon of Yellowstone #1 | Yellowstone National Park in United States
Yellowstone National Park. | Yellowstone National Park in United States
View of Jackson Lake in Grand Teton National Park | Yellowstone National Park in United States
Aerial view of Grand Prismatic Spring; Hot Springs, Midway & Lower Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park. The spring is approximately 250 by 300 feet (75 by 91 m) in size. This photo shows steam rising from hot and sterile deep azure blue water (owing to the light absorbing overtone of an OH stretch which is shifted to 698 nm by hydrogen bonding  ) in the center surrounded by huge mats of brilliant orange algae, bacteria and archaea. The color of which is due to the ratio of chlorophyll to carotenoid molecules produced by the organisms. During summertime the chlorophyll content of the organisms is low and thus the mats appear orange, red, or yellow. However during the winter, the mats are usually dark green, because sunlight is more scarce and the microbes produce more chlorophyll to compensate, thereby masking the carotenoid colors. | Yellowstone National Park in United States
Bison (Bison bison) | Yellowstone National Park in United States
Photo taken in the Yellowstone area. | Yellowstone National Park in United States
Elk Mother Nursing Her Calf | Yellowstone National Park in United States
1959 Yellowstone earthquake.

State Highway 287 slumped into Hebgen Lake; damage from the August 1959 Hebgen Lake (Montana-Yellowstone) earthquake.
The main residence of Hilgard Lodge is almost completely submerged in the lake.
View to the northeast.
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Wildfire in Yellowstone National Park produces Pyrocumulus cloud | Yellowstone National Park in United States
yellowstone waterfall | Yellowstone National Park in United States
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I had been visiting the national park with my friend few weeks ago, we saw a lot of nice things but that one is gorgeous ! | Yellowstone National Park in United States
Buffalo or Bison? | Yellowstone National Park in United States
The bear and the Buffalo  | Yellowstone National Park in United States
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Yellowstone sand verbena (Abronia ammophila) at Yellowstone National Park | Yellowstone National Park in United States
Beautiful Meadow in Yellowstone National Park | Yellowstone National Park in United States
This is a photo of an active geyser on the shores of Yellowstone Lake. | Yellowstone National Park in United States
yellowstone, old faithful, geyser, 2015, united states | Yellowstone National Park in United States
Terrace of travertine at Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, USA. | Yellowstone National Park in United States
Yellowstone wolf running in snow in Crystal Creek pen
(Original text: A newly released and collared wolf in Yellowstone National Park crashes through the snow.)
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Yellowstone National Park is America’s first national park, and it’s easy to see why it was so important to protect. The park is home to a mind-blowing array of natural wonders, from the geysers and hot springs of the geothermal area to the grizzly bears, wolves and bison that roam the forests and meadows. There’s something for everyone in Yellowstone, whether you’re a nature lover, outdoor enthusiast or history buff. Be sure to visit the Old Faithful geyser, which erupts with surprising regularity, and take a hike or bike ride to explore some of the more than 2,000 miles of trails in the park.

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You can expect temperatures of around NaN° Celsius in April during the day in Yellowstone National Park.