Archival Yellowstone Photos
From about 8-10 years ago
Video Of Clepsydra Geyser At Yellowstone NP
Clepsydra Geyser is a perpetual geyser. Before the 1959 Lake Hegben Earthquake near Yellowstone, it erupted every 3 minutes. Clepsydra is a Greek term for water clock. because you could tell time by its eruptions. Now it just goes on and on with eruptions up to 45 feet high. Watch at HiDef at Full Screen
Images in from the cold. Winters past.
Many of you just endured a pretty harsh winter. It was way too cold to go outside. But, if you have a sense of adventure, a good down vest, winter boots, lots of fresh batteries, photographing winter can produce some memorable images.