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Photographer's Note

wherever you walk in the Yellowstone National Park, there is a good chance you will see gentle puffs of smoke coming from water, rocks or soil. the reason is simple - there are more than 300 geysers in Yellowstone and a total of at least 10,000 geothermal features altogether; half the geothermal features and two-thirds of the world's geysers are concentrated in Yellowstone. every single geyser and hot spring is different, and absolute majority of them very, very photogenic.

the pure blue you see is Yellowstone Lake, which is up to 122m (400 feet) deep and has 177km (110 miles) of shoreline. at an elevation of 2,357 m (7,733 feet) above sea level, Yellowstone Lake is the largest high altitude lake in North America.

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