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Foreground: Heart spring:
Heart Spring was named by park geologist George Marler in or about 1959 apparently because its shape resembles a human heart. It is 7-1/2 by 10 feet at the surface and 15 feet deep.
Background:
The Lion Group consists of four geysers: Lion, Lioness, Big Cub, and Little Cub, which are all connected underground. Of these Lion has the largest cone and eruptions. Active phases normally occur each day. Eruptions of Lion Geyser last 1 - 7 minutes and are often preceded by sudden gushes of steam and a deep roaring sound, hence the name Lion.
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I like this picutre for th coulors and the small spring in eruption in the backround.

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Additional Photos by Fred LION (Rockyboy) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2427 W: 596 N: 3362] (20598)
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