Water smooth as glass with a low mist in the late afternoon.
Beaver’s Bend State Park, south east Oklahoma.
Yellowstone National Park, where the water seethes and boils under the ground and comes spewing up with a great roar.
Old Faithful geyser during one of it’s scheduled eruptions.
Water. Interesting that something so yielding, that can be displaced so easily, can have such force.
Standing at the top of the falls of Yellowstone River where the water pours off the cliff, you can feel the ground shake and the air is thick with noise from the force of the water moving and pounding on the rocks below. And to think that this freezes in the winter, hard to imagine.
The Mississippi River, looking across to the French Quarter, New Orleans.
Water, in this volume, has unstoppable power.
The dam at Beaver’s Bend State Park in south east Oklahoma. The water has a mirror like surface and when the evening comes, on hot summer evenings a mist may form in the cold water.