Fantastically great photo Eve ! Y* from me :-)
I like this photo very much! Congratulations, Tamás
Great use of light, Eve. Nothing was lost by falling into shadow. So much for the mechanics, it looks like a wonderful find, and its so close to one of the most heavily traveled parts of the National Park too. It's a find!
Nice one Eve -- I love the 'spot light' peaking through that hole in the clouds.
fine work eve ..Do you know how this place gots its name ?
Thank you very much for the Yellowstar, Tamás!
Hello, Hank. Thanks for the praise. Actually, this IS the most heavily traveled part of the park, but you can have almost anything to yourself before 9:00AM or 6:00PM ;).
I'm glad you like it, Bruce. I didn't know the beam would show up so well in the photo. It didn't look that bright when I took the photo.
Hi laughingmackerel, thanks for visiting. "Hole" is a western US colloquial name for valley (like Jackson Hole). This area was originally referred to by early fur trappers as "Burnt Hole", since the steam arising from the area looked like the aftermath of a forest fire. Over time the name transmuted to "Firehole", possibly during the early 1880's when YNP was controlled by the Northern Pacific railroad to make it sound more attractive to tourists.
Wonderful Landscape, well done. Greetings from Spain Doenjo.
Thank you, Doenjo!
Simply idyllic, Eve. Did you get any fireweed shots this year? I missed them, sadly.
Yellow star for this excellent photo!
I'm visitor number 100, many others!Beautiful view!Greetings,Gabi
Wonderful picture with beautiful colors and lighting, Eve! All your photos from Yellowstone are fantastic! Greetings, Anne
Very nice landscape. Greetings, Isabel
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Photo taken in Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190, USA
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