Yellow Stone – Grand Prismatic Springs

This post is the continuation to our 4 day yellow stone trip . Even on second day, we all woke up in the morning with absolutely no plans on where to go or what to see. We started from the beautiful log house we were staying in jackson Hole town, headed towards the south entrance of the park, took the Park map from the entrance and then made the decision as where we would be heading for that day.

The only plan was to keep travelling in the west direction. Look out all the geysers & springs , stop at all the wonderful lakes , admire all the pristine beauty and continue doing this till the sun sets. When the sun goes down, we would make a full 180 and head back to our cabin with no pitstop in between. Since no plans were made, we were able to enjoy everything and anything that we encountered.

Bright Flowers filled most of the area around the beautiful lakes.

On our way Exploring. The long roads were inviting.

Boiling Grand prismatic Spring.
Now when we saw this beauty in a close range, we saw that the spring was vivid in color. Our eyes were unable to capture the entire beautiful sight.  That is when we noticed the small hill and decided to climb it to check out the birds eye of this spring. I should tell you , we fell in love at the sight that we saw from the hill. Truly nature works its wonder in every possible unimaginable way.
Signing off for the day with lot’s of memories from this trip..GN folks..

3 responses

  1. iamatticusfinch

    cool pictures!

    May i ask for a minute with you? I am humbly sharing my experience at Maitum Sarangani on encountering pawikans. Here is my post: Feel free to add your comments, share this on facebook and twitter, or reblog it.

    Thank you so much for reading and have a wonderful day ahead!

    PS, follow me at @kloydskii.

    May 16, 2012 at 6:30 am

  2. Wow start with simple refreshing photo to epic proportions images. Just fantastic. Thanks for sharing Nonoy Manga

    May 16, 2012 at 7:03 am

    • Thank you Nonoy..The place was so fascinating, I would at least one lifetime to explore the vast wilderness.

      May 16, 2012 at 10:26 pm

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