Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 06/23/2010


Photo taken on May 28, 2010



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Could the opacity of light-blue liquid from the inside of the Earth be considered "pretty" despite it being weird.

Could the opacity of light-blue liquid from the inside of the Earth be considered "pretty" despite it being weird.
You can stop and try to figure out if that's some kind of a "scenic crust" on it or is it wet or what, but I am gonna keep truckin on down the Scenic Boardwalk thru the Norris Geyser Basin. I cannot spend endless time thinking about every single crazey-looking feature around here and trying to figure out what each of them is doing.

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In Yellowstone National Park on May 28th, 2010, the "Pearl Geyser" in the Back Basin of the Norris Geyser Basin.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
F722 Norris Geyser Basin (Wyo.)—Pictorial works.
GB1198.6 Geysers—United States—Pictorial works.
F722 Yellowstone National Park—Pictorial works.

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