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14th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest The American Experience
The last sunlight shining on the Upper Geyser Basin.

Annually, there is more than a half meter rain and snow in Yellowstone. The water sinks into the porous soil. The high temperature of the magma heated the water, and that searches in the form of a geyser, a hot spring, a mudpot or a steamhole another way out. Under the ground in Yellowstone is a large channels and tubing. Depending on this system is the form determines how the heated water comes to the surface.

Photo Detail
Date Taken: 07.2014
Date Uploaded: 06.2016
Photo Location: Wyoming, United States of America
Camera: NEX-3N
Copyright: © Peer Heesterbeek