Saturday, October 16, 2010

ShareTweet Puff n’ Stuff Geyser is an active but relatively unimpressive geyser along the Back Basin Boardwalk in the Norris Geyser Basin at Yellowstone National Park.  Puff n Stuff Geyser chugs away constantly and generally has very small eruptions accompanied by a steady flow of steam coming out of the vent at the surface.  The […]

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ShareTweet Arch Steam Vent is located along the Back Basin Boardwalk in the Norris Geyser Basin At Yellowstone National Park.  As a steam vent, Arch Steam Vent is one of many fumaroles scattered throughout Yellowstone National Park.  A fumarole is neither a geyser nor a hot spring.  There is not enough water in a fumarole […]

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ShareTweet Mystic Spring is a bubbling blue hot spring along the boardwalk in the Back Basin of the Norris Geyser Basin at Yellowstone National Park.  It bubbles and steams constantly and the blue color indicates it is a very HOT spring.  It is easily seen along the back basin Boardwalk and has a rugged edge […]

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ShareTweet Crater Spring is one of many hot springs, geyser and pools in the Back Basin of the Norris Geyser Basin at Yellowstone National Park.  It bubbles and steams most of the time and the amount of steam wafting up from Crater Spring sometimes makes it hard to get good pictures of Crater Spring.  Crater […]

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ShareTweet Devils Thumb is one of two examples of cone-type hot springs in the Mammoth Hot Springs section of Yellowstone National Park.  The Liberty Cap is by far the more well known of the two because it stands out on its own away from the rest of the formations and terraces in the Mammoth Hot […]

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