Iron Spring Creek


Iron Spring Creek near Black Sand Basin in Yellowstone National Park on a very, very, black and white day. So black and white that when you convert a photograph taken in color to BW you hardly notice a difference.

41 thoughts on “Iron Spring Creek

  1. Happy blog birthday and many happy returns! Time really flies. πŸ™‚

    But you did actually convert that photo to B/W, right? I know such days, it’s really barely recognizable if it’s converted or not.

  2. Very alien landscape – truly wild-looking. Congrats on your blogoversary – I look forward to your daily posts and more good stuff from you two in the year ahead. Thanks for sharing your adventures with us.

    1. Hi Eliza, the blogaversery and getting here has been a fun journey we plan to continue. Thanks for following along and egging us on as we share what we see along the way. Have a great week.

  3. Congratulations on 2 years of blogging! I can see why your blog is so successful. I very much like the effects in this photo. So alien to my own landscape. Looking forward to enjoying your blog in the future.

  4. beautiful photograph- makes me think of what a crater on the moon might be like. And a very happy birthday to your blog-you do wonderful work. Keep it going.

    1. Hi Charlie, I think you are correct and will have to print a couple of these as it is nice to have them on the computer screen but a print is well a print. Hope you are having a great day.

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