Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Watery Wednesday.. Yellowstone Hot Springs.




These are pic's from my last Yellowstone trip. I thought the hot springs would be perfect for Watery Wednesday.











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30 comments:

  1. Great pics of this wonderful place.

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  2. Our amazing world! I am so ready to return to Yellowstone! What an amazing place and you captured these sights so well!

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  3. These are awesome shots!
    So amazing the color of the water in that second shot.

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  4. Wonderful photos of the hot springs at Yellowstone. It is an amazing place.

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  5. Beautiful Eileen! I could see the steam! Yellowstone is one place I want to visit!

    I've seen one of this in the Mammoth Lakes area.

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  6. Oooh that's hot! We also have a lot of hot springs here, where we can make hard boiled eggs with it. Thanks for the visit Eileen.

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  7. Stunning Eileen! Great photos of an incredible place. Carol

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  8. Love that teal blue color. These are all great shots. YNP is a wonderful place.

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  9. Yellowstone is a good place to travel for leisure. It must be thearapeutic here to be near the hotsprings. The bubbles and misty surroundings makes it look heavenly.

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  10. Great pictures. I've never been to Yellowstone, and can't wait to go there.

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  11. I have never been there myself, but it must be an amazing place to see in person. Great shots, Eileen.

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  12. Great shots of the water bubbling out of the earth. Lucky you, I would love to visit Yellowstone.

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  13. Great Yellowstone photos. Makes me REGRET never having been. Perhaps a good thing for the 2010 to do list! Watery, for sure!!

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  14. Simply BEAUTIFUL views of this magnificent place. I hope to visit again one day ;-)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  15. wow..what breathtaking pictures.. thanks for sharing...

    greetings from www.reanaclaire.com

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  16. Wonderful photos of the hotsprings! Very nice scenery.

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  17. Ah Ha! you have Two blogs! I would love to go to Yellow Stone and Eileen these are perfect of WW! Now I have both of your blogs in my reader Waaaahaaahhaaaa!

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  18. Wow what a beautiful location! how hot are they?

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  19. I visited Yellowstone National Park for the first time this past summer. It was such a beautiful and amazing place. The geysers and hot pools were among our favorite sights.

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  20. I have never been to Yellowstone, but these pictures give me still another reason to visit.

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  21. very nice photos, looks like you had much better weather than what we had when we wemt a few yrs ago

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  22. Hi Eileen
    These are nice photos. What a lovely place - I don't think I've ever been to a hot spring.
    Have a lovely weekend, Evelyn

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  23. Fascinating photos - I've seen hotsprings in New Zealand and Iceland but these seem quite different as the others were to each also.

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  24. We have hot springs and geysers too in New Zealand. Your first photo looks like a blow hole I saw here. We always take our visitors to Taupo to see the geo thermal activity. Even American visitors are impressed.

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  25. What a beautiful place. I wish I can visit such.

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  26. Oh I do love Yellowstone! What a magic place it is. There is something so comforting about that area. And it has so much beauty. Lovely photos to capture the feeling of this area.

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