“在我们呆在那里的时候，它有规律地喷发了九次，沸水喷发的高度从九十至一百二十五英尺不等，每次持续约十五至二十分钟。我们把它命名作‘老忠实’。”——Nathaniel P. Langford, 1871 “It spouted at regular intervals nine times during our stay, the columns of boiling water being thrown from ninety to one hundred and twenty-five feet at each discharge, which lasted from fifteen to twenty minutes. We gave it the name of ‘Old Faithful’.”——Nathaniel P. Langford, 1871
Early morning fog in Yellowstone on our way to The Tetons. We had had a meet up with the park ranger in front of us who wasn't particularly happy with our ability to stop at the stop sign. At six o'clock in the morning, in an empty camping spot...
A lone Bison in Lamar Valley chowing down. I don't know what it is with Bison, but I always feel like their eyes are full of sadness and sorrow. But, that's how the adults always look. It's a hard life surviving in one on the hardest climates with many predators.