New Views on Old Faithful

Old Faithful must be one of the most photographed places in our national parks. It would be no exaggeration to say that there would be over 1000 cameras per eruption during the entirety of the summer season. During my last week or so there, when Canadian photographer  Andrew Wright came to photograph Yellowstone, and the park needed a film monitor, I was able to join him. I decided to make a few images of Old Faithful myself, photos that would show it in a way not often seen. I hope I accomplished that.

Old Faithful during an eruption at twilight

Old Faithful post-eruption beneath the stars

Old Faithful and Stars amidst a fog  bow

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