A Rush of Water - Triptych
Also available in panoramic format
Subject: Lower Falls of the Yellowstone
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Every second, up to 60,000 gallons of water rush violently over the brink of the Lower Falls of the Yellowstone, falling a daunting 308 feet to rejoin the river below. Nearly twice the height of Niagra Falls and surrounded by some of the planet's most spectacular landscapes, it's no wonder this waterfall is such an icon of our first national park.
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