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Uploaded: 10/23/12 12:20 AM GMT
Mammoth Hot Springssssssssssssssss
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Yellowstone NP. What an awesome place!

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.Roseman_Stan
10/23/12 12:21 AM GMT
Super capture! I have been there many years ago, still remember the sulfur smell too!
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::cynlee
10/23/12 1:34 AM GMT
Wonderful view of the springs. I've never been there.
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.Flmngseabass
10/23/12 6:40 AM GMT
I went there when I was about 15 years old or near-a- bouts:) The place is gorgeous and this a wonderful capture of this magical place. Thanks for sharing;)
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.koca
10/23/12 11:54 AM GMT
Wonderful shot, so attractive and unusual.
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.Tedi
10/23/12 12:04 AM GMT
Wow, very impressive and attractive capture.
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::Nikoneer
10/23/12 2:03 PM GMT
I've been there only once (shame on me 'cause I live only one day's drive from there) but I certainly remember this view. It was before I started using digital cameras so I have no shot of it. Thanks for providing this beauty. When a photographer has all this steam and gas obscuring the subject, proper focus is a challenge. Despite that you did a good job of it.

-Nik
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.Jimbobedsel
10/23/12 3:26 PM GMT
Holy guacamole! What an amazing shot!
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::vangoughs
10/23/12 9:17 PM GMT
A frozen....yet steamy delight!!!
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.Eubeen
11/05/12 3:15 AM GMT
A good capture of the hot springs, Vanda. The steam must be obscuring the mammoths, or else they've shrunk to the size of moles having spent too much time in there. Nice textures and details in the photo.
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