Geysers/hot springs, Yellowstone National Park

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  • Great Fountain Geyser gives us a blast!
    Great Fountain Geyser gives us a blast!
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    Steam from a distance
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    Spiteful Geyser
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    Lone Star Geyser

    by sunnywong Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Lone Star's Intervals between qruptions are approximately 3 hours and maximum eruption heights reach 40 feet.

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    Explosive!

    by skanda Written Jul 6, 2007
    Grand Geyser
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    Don't just visit Old faithful Geyser, but take the time to walk the boardwalks of at least one geyserbasin. You will never see such a sight again!

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    Steamboat Geyser

    by projectmatt Written Aug 9, 2004

    Steamboat Geyser, at Norris Geyser Basin, is the world's tallest active geyser and has infrequent and unpredictable eruptions reaching 300-400 feet.

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    Mud Volcano

    by vincentf Updated Jul 15, 2003
    Mud Volcano

    This particular area is filled with hot springs and mud pots in a dirty brown/black colour due to its high mud content.

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    Steamboat Point

    by sunnywong Written Feb 25, 2003

    Steamboat, at Norris, is the world's tallest geyser and has infrequent, unpredictable eruptions reaching 400 feet.

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    Grotto Geyser

    by sunnywong Written Feb 25, 2003

    The awesome shape of Grotto Geyser is the result of geyserite being deposited upon trees which once grew around the geyser.

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    Grotto Geyser - front view

    by sunnywong Written Feb 25, 2003

    The awesome shape of Grotto Geyser is the result of geyserite being deposited upon trees which once grew around the geyser.

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