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Hi! Yes it is (named Travertines). Temperature of the water and bubbles are about 36.6! There are onle 3 places in the world with the same look! One of them is situated in the USA. The biggest is in Turkey

The river appears to be missing. I'll bet it won't look like this come spring. =8-O

I feel like I could step into this scene. I've only been to Montana twice, and both times all we did was nibble at the edges. Visiting Glacier NP is on my life list, and photos like this cause me to want to move it up on the list.

Good detail on this. It helps to tell the story of how the place has changed.

I have had a handful of occasions to see American bison in the wild. I find them to be magnificent creatures. Despite being magnificent, they are ugly, ugly, ugly. :)

These look like harps.

I don't recall ever seeing a photo of this formation before. Interesting.

And pink and yellow ;)

What a strange place to find a rocking chair. Did you brign it with you?

yes,it's a wonderful flavor.it is called "sura". (Turkish pronunciation "sura")



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