By Cindy Larkin
Nestled between three states (Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho), beautiful Yellowstone is America's first national park. It is the home to a number of exciting wildlife species, including moose, bison, grizzly bears, elk, deer, wolves, and a large variety of birds.
Yellowstone is an active volcano and experiences approximately 2000 earth quakes each year. It's natural wonders are a sight to behold, with more than 10,000 geysers, hot springs and fumaroles. Yellowstone is the largest concentration of hydrothermal features in the world.
Being there in person (with a camera) was a dream. I found it extremely facinating to watch through my lense, this active volcano, spewing forth heat and steam from beneath the earths surface; the process of land formation at its finest, and right before my eyes! I am in awe of the parks powerful rivers and majestic waterfalls, it's serene mountain grandeur and beautiful lakes. Yellowstone is a unique glimpse into the work of Mother Nature, that will most definitely take your breath away!