Saturday, April 14, 2007

This Week's Theme: Yellowstone Park

The star of this week's mobile-sized images is America's first and greatest national park.

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Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River

Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River -- from Flickr user TFDuesing
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Old Faithful with spectators

Old Faithful with spectators -- from Flickr user TFDuesing
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Hot springs

Hot springs -- from Flickr user Kevin Saff
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Bears

Bears -- from Flickr user Savannah Grandfather
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Old Faithful

Old Faithful -- from Flickr user mamamusings
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Trees in winter

Trees in winter -- from Flickr user zcasper
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Coyote

Coyote -- from Flickr user travelinknu
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Yellow(ish) stone

Yellow(ish) stone -- from Flickr user Kevin Saff
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Bison

Bison -- from Flickr user travelinknu
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Waterfall

Waterfall -- from Flickr user JC i Nùria
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Toward the Grand Tetons

Toward the Grand Tetons -- from Flickr user allegri
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Elk by a stream

Elk by a stream -- from Flickr user spi516
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Elk

Elk -- from Flickr user JC i Nùria
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2 comments:

Thomas Duesing said...

Hey cool! Thanks for using my pictures. Yellowstone's an amazing place, and I highly encourage everyone not only to visit, but also to get out in the backcountry there. None of my pictures can do it justice, really.

123fun said...

You're welcome, Thomas. I went to Yellowstone once when I was little, but any photos I took are long gone. So I'm grateful to you and all the others for putting your photos in the public domain so I can "mobilize" them.