Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

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Comments (8)

Richard Ryer on October 8, 2008

Greetings Hamza, Thanks for visiting the Old Faithful Inn once again. I love this old building. It has such character whether it is warm and sunny or buried in snow.

Cheers,

Rich

A. Trigo on October 13, 2008

Rich friend, precious and impressive housing prepared for the heavy snowfall, will be worth seeing with the snowy landscape and the roof of this completely clean. Very good figure.

Sincerely, A. Wheat = Antonio Trigo

Richard Ryer on October 13, 2008

Greetings Antonio, Thank you for visiting the Old Faithful Inn. The old lady looks so different without her cover of snow in the middle of winter. Inside is so nice and inviting. So much warm and comfortable wood. I like being there. Winter is a beautiful time in the area but unfortunately this Inn is closed during winter. But she is still beautiful.

Cheers,

Rich

a2000 on October 14, 2008

I wasn't sure whether this photo pertained to the Japan or the YNP collection until I saw the tag. Gorgeous architecture—curious, to say the least. It must be mighty cozy inside! Now I know where I want to spend my next vacations in.

Great angle and lighting, too!

Best regards,

Andres

Richard Ryer on October 15, 2008

Greetings Andres, Sorry for the confusion. My transition was rather abrupt, eh? You will enjoy your stay in the Yellowstone Inn. I prefer to stay in the old part of the building where the bath is down the hall. I think of myself sharing the same atmosphere as those visitors nearly a hundred years ago. What a place this is. A national treasure you can sleep in.

Cheers,

Rich

Richard Ryer on January 9, 2009

Greetings John, I am glad they were able to save everything in the basin when the firestorm went through. The park has recovered nicely. I am glad you enjoyed this beautiful park so much.

Cheers,

Rich

Manek Taolin on January 15, 2012

Very beautiful place!

L+F

Richard Ryer on January 18, 2012

Greetings John and Manek, Thanks for the visits and all the wonderful comments. I am glad you liked this beautiful scene. Cheers, Rich

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    by Richard Ryer

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