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Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming


The incredible volcanic activity beneath the surface of Yellowstone is constantly altering the landscape.  Small earthquakes change the flow of water from geysers and thermal features. The buildup of calcium formations at the geyser can also change water flows. As a result, forests are sometimes exposed to the harmful, hot and sulfur-rich waters from deep underground. These trees remain standing with one side coated with thick frost.  The lifting of the morning fog begins to reveal blue sky in the magical winter wonderland called Yellowstone.


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