From Jackson, Wyoming go north into Yellowstone National Park from the south entrance.
Any season there is spectacular and offers so many opportunities. I learned that day that sometimes it's not the big picture that creates the most interesting photograph, but what's right under our two feet.
It was cloudy and drizzling the day we walked through the West Thumb area of Yellowstone National Park. Photographically everything seemed flat, except the pools of hot, steaming water. The colors, shapes and layers of sediment were fascinating. I took several different colorful photograhs that day including this section of a multi-colored geyser pool.