The photo above ↑ is of the Grand Prismatic Spring at sunset. I love the silhouettes of the people against the fog. I’m thinking I’ll make a print out of one of these for my room 🙂
Hi friends! Happy Friday 🙂 It’s only my second day of classes, but I’m already feeling the weight of my workload. I think blogging might slow down for a little bit while I adjust to my new schedule. Tonight, I decided to take a break to write this post and watch Scandal (and possibly How to Get Away From Murder!) #priorities
If you’re new around here or missed days 1-10 of my epic cross-country road trip, be sure to check out my recaps. On Days 10 + 11, my mom and I visited Yellowstone, which surpassed all of my expectations. I hadn’t seen natural beauty like that since I studied abroad in Australia. I felt disappointed in myself for not visiting Yellowstone sooner! Of course, I couldn’t stop snapping photos of everything we looked at. I tried to share a just a few of my favorites below. Enjoy!
We spent the night in Grant Village, which was inside of the park and situated right on Yellowstone Lake (I highly recommend splurging to stay within the park). While this photo is beautiful, it only slightly captures the beauty of Yellowstone Lake in-person.
The Grand Prismatic Spring
The Grand Prismatic Spring is the largest hot spring in the United States. The vivid red, blue, green, and yellow colors are due to the pigmented bacteria living in the spring. So incredible! It was my favorite site at Yellowstone.
↑ The crowd waiting for Old Faithful to erupt
↑ Old Faithful in action!
↑ Post eruption runoff
Mammoth Hot Springs
- What’s your favorite picture from above?
- Have you ever been to Yellowstone?