Moments In Time Photography By Tom Lazar

Galleries: Up Close

Fallen Leaves
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Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming is not known for dramatic landscapes but rather its abundant wildlife. Everywhere you go wildlife seems to abound but the landscape is less pronounced, mostly rolling forests, grass filled prairies, and a few smaller geographical features. Interestingly, the most unique non-wildlife feature found here is in fact alive. Located above the Yellowstone Caldera, the largest volcanic system in North America, the unique thermal geological features are constantly changing. New hot springs, mud pots, and thermal features develop and grow while others die out and slowly erode away.


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Recommended framing: Museum Wrapped Canvas print with Espresso floater frame.

Common Loon Picture Copyright Tom Lazar #Bln000142