Monday, September 26, 2011

Life in the Ruins

     Yellowstone National Park has some very odd landscapes.  Much is due to the thermal activity in the region.  Some is a result of new plant life among downed trees, often in areas devastated by fire.  Below are a few photos which help give a feel for the landscape. Click on a photo to enlarge it.
 Perhaps a burned area across the top of the hill

A petrified  tree


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