A detailed photograph of Mammoth Hot Springs Terrace at Yellowstone National Park - March 2006.
Heat, water, limestone, and rock fracture combine to create the Mammoth Hot Springs terraces, at the north end of Yellowstone National Park. Travertine is deposited as white rock, however the microorganisms and living bacteria create beautiful shades of oranges, pinks, yellows, greens, and browns. The constant changes in water and mineral deposits create a living sculpture. I took this photograph in ten sperate shots in order to maintain the clarity of detail and texture.
For a close-up view, visit:
Our images can be used and modified for websites, web banners & headers, advertisements (flyers, brochures, posters), powerpoint presentations, book covers/pages, CD covers, smart phone applications, etc. You will be granted worldwide rights for unlimited projects and up to 10,000 printed copies for free of charge content and up to 500,000 printed copies for paid content (unlimited online).