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A curious ground squirrel is observing us during a May Lake hike in Yosemite NP

Tags:   California Travel USA Yosemite animal flickr nature rock squirrel texture

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View of Lower Manhattan from Brooklyn Bridge Park in New York City

Tags:   night USA New_York river cloud water cityscape bluehour New_York_City NYC skyline

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Landscape of Soda Butte Creek valley in Yellowstone National Park

North-East Entrance Road (Rt. 212) is the only road through the park open to regular traffic in winter. It goes through Lamar and Soda Butte Creek valleys, prime wildlife viewing areas sometimes known as "the American Serengeti." Even without the animals, it is amazingly picturesque. And there are always animals: those black dots in the distance are bison, of course.

This image is included in Explore for April 25 at #39. I feel very lucky and grateful, but also quite overwhelmed by the response. I will do my best to respond to everyone who faved or commented, but it may take some time. Apologies in advance.

Tags:   creek Yellowstone_NP nature water mountains snow valley USA Wyoming landscape

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Steam vents in the lower part of Norris Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park

Accepted at San Joaquin Valley International Exhibition 2020 sjvccc.org/SJVIE/2020/index.html

Tags:   hot_spring USA Yellowstone_NP forest water snow nature steam geothermal Wyoming

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Coyote in Lamar Valley of the Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone is a fantastic place for watching wildlife. Winter is a special time in Yellowstone, because animals are easier to see on the snow, and also because there are way fewer people. Unlike most of the park, the road through Lamar Valley is open year round and you can see bison, elk, and coyote, and if you are lucky - wolves and otters.

Explored on March 19, 2020, at #73. Note that Explore was (and maybe still is) in the process of testing a new algorithm, with different people being shown different "strands" of Explore with different images in each. Thus the number of explored images has temporarily increased manyfold (I don't know how many strands there are, maybe just two) and suddenly it became that much easier for regular folks like me to get in.

Tags:   animal USA mammal Yellowstone_NP snow coyote Wyoming Lamar_Valley Yellowstone winter


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