The elements, Earth, Air, Fire, Water, are on display in Yellowstone National Park. But not quite in the obvious way.
The fire is the huge magma chamber underneath the caldera which superheats the water into highly pressured steam which erupts with great violence in the geysers. The breeze blows with the smell of sulfur and pushes the steam around until it dissipates.
I give you Old Faithful.
And Grande Geyser
For a while, I used Photoshop regularly to manipulate my images with. I collected interesting textures to use while doing this. Here’s three of my more interesting ones. I think the peeling paint on the corrugated tin is my favorite.
Back in Terlingua, there is a cemetery. Some of the graves date back to the days when the mine was active, some are recent.
I took this picture a couple of years ago and when I was there over the holiday, I was saddened to discover that the cross had fallen over and broken.
R.I.P. Jesus R. Vega
This is the inside of the bathroom door at the Terlingua Trading Post by the Starlight Theater. I know you’ve heard of the Marfa lights. I just wonder who Travellin’ Jones is. And why MI6 is here…