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Chinese New Year Fireworks
Abandoned
Ivory Statue
White Peacock
A sunrise
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Abysmal
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Glistening sunset
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Sunset in the Desert
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Abysmal

The depth of these natural springs are unfathomable just like the reach to stars or counting dust specks in ocean sand. You can just admire the beauty before it turns a beast. The park rangers have ensured the place is intact which keeps the further erosion at bay. The visitors are allowed to walk on the man made pathway but not on the ground. Yellowstone has been subjected to a lot of exploitation since it was first discovered in 20th century. Sustainable travel is the only way we are able to admire the natural colours emitted by living microorganisms under these pools.

TAGS: Nature, Sustainable Travel, United States, Wyoming

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2015
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Date Uploaded: Aug. 19, 2015, 6:27 p.m.
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