Color at Yellowstone

One of my favorite things about being in Yellowstone is an awareness of how active the earth is. All the steam vents, mud pots and geysers remind me that were skating on a thin crust over a huge fire pit.

That hot water and steam is what makes for a lot of surprising color at the park. Like this huge colorful pool, Grand Prismatic Pool. This is the pool sketched from the boardwalk.

But the more bird’s-eye-like view from the lookout point explains what it is about much more clearly. (and it only took a couple of minutes to sketch it and add notes to it.)

More surprising color, this time at the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. This is Inspiration Point, overlooking the gorge carved by the Yellowstone River.

Here are previous posts in this series:

Off to the Grand Tetons
Grand Teton National Park
More from the Grand Tetons
The Geysers of Yellowstone
North Yellowstone

About Suhita Shirodkar

obsessive-sketcher. graphic designer.
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5 Responses to Color at Yellowstone

  1. Gorgeous sketches – keep it up!

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  2. Laurie says:

    Beautiful representations. Thank you for sharing!

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  3. Kathee Baker says:

    Suhita ~ Particularly love that last one! I almost feel dizzy looking at it

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