Among Giants

Yellowstone’s northwestern region is full of landscape beauty and wildlife.  The green rolling hills are splendorous and sprinkled with colorful evergreen forests, cottonwoods, and aspens.

At the same time, it is common to see large boulders, rock formations, and layered cliffs.  These are remnants of years past, formed by either glaciers, volcanic activity, or a combination of both.  Such random contrasts add to the mystery of America’s first national park.

This youthful, yellow flower is both welcomed and sheltered by a stalwart that has seen many seasons come and go.

Generations Embrace

This entry was written by Mark , posted on Friday July 30 2010at 09:07 pm , filed under Landscapes, Yellowstone . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

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