Calcified Branch | Mammoth Hot Spring | Yellowstone National Park

This is an image of a branch or grassland vegetation in the  hot pools of Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. The theme is the same as one of my early blogs and the calcified Dragonfly. The morning sunlight adds to the colorful formations underwater. It was laying in several inches of water and I spotted it walking slowly walking along the boardwalk around Mammoth Hot Springs in the northwestern part of the park. I enjoy to move slowly and check out all the different formations created by the calcified water and also from the items that have blown or fell into the water. The boardwalk offers great views of the hot springs and the surrounding landscape but, if you just take your time and look closely you will notice a completely different macro-world in the hot waters of Mammoth Hot Springs.

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