Steamy   6 comments

A winter trip to Yellowstone might be described in one word: steamy. For 21 miles, the Firehole River collects runoff from erupting geysers and boiling hot springs, creating a ribbon of mist and hoar frost as the water begins its journey to the Missouri and beyond. Photos by Neal Herbert. Posted on Instragram by the US Department of the Interior, 12/15/14.

Yellowstone NP 47 - Steamy

Yellowstone NP 46 - Steamy

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