Al's Photography Blog

Al's Photography Blog
Folly Beach, South Carolina

Friday, June 17, 2011

Yellowstone's Fountain Geyser

My favorite geyser at Yellowstone was the Fountain Geyser, which erupts a couple of times a day. It looks like a wild fountain as it erupts, with constant explosions of water. It's definitely worth seeing if you get a chance.
Enjoy more beautiful locations from around the world at Scenic Sunday.

16 comments:

  1. Terrific captures as always, Al! That is such an awesome sight and one of my best memories of Yellowstone! Hope you and Socks have a great weekend! Give him a pat from Sam and I.

    Sylvia

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  2. Amazing! I've been close to Yellowstone a LONG time ago, but have never been there. Maybe next summer. ♥♫

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  3. Wow, that is beautiful I didn't know about this. Very special.

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  4. Fab captures of this stunning geyser! Yellowstone is a magnificant place to visit!

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  5. I'd like to come and see this wonderful explosion of water but it's too far. Compliments for your shot!
    Ciao from Italy

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  6. Those are great photos!! I haven't been to Yellowstone Park, and these make me want to go and check it out! :)

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  7. Hi there - Yellowstone is very high on my must visit list - although the trip from Australia to the USA is a little bit tpp far for a weekend visit!

    Great pictures.

    Stewart M

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  8. Wow - these are some amazing shots! Must have been a wonderful experience to see them in person.

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  9. beautiful shots. I love how you have captured the droplets of water which glisten in the bright sunshine.

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  10. Nice shots Al. I like the way you captured the deep blues, white clouds and kept the sparkle in the geyser.

    Thanks for your kind words. I don't shoot color any more because I can't afford the equivalent quality and I love shooting in B&W so I stick with film. I'm always learning, trying to 'see' in B&W. It's really about light, shadows and forms.

    I've been carrying two cameras lately. That way I don't need to be switching lenses.

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  11. Wow that´s so amazing! LG Tina

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  12. I'd love to visit there someday!

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  13. Wow, you've done well to capture it in eruption.

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