Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Gibbon Falls

Located in Yellowstone National Park between the Norris Geyser Basin and Madison Junction, the Gibbon River tumble a gradual 80' into the Yellowstone Caldera at Gibbon Falls.



9 comments:

Sivinden said...

Impressive waterfalls! I also like your animal pictures on the other post! I tried to get a shot of a dragonfly this weekend with no luck. I'll try again later this summer.

SquirrelQueen said...

What a beautiful waterfall. We are only a state away from Yellowstone but we haven't been in awhile, time to go back.

Ann said...

This is fantastic, in 1976, I went to the Niagara falls and yesterday, I met an artist born there.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Amazing. That wasn't a little waterfall was it. It looks enormous. Love the shots in the post below also. I REALLY want to go to Yellowstone one day.

Genie said...

Seeing all of the beautiful pictures bloggers are posting from Yellowstone this summer is making me REALLY want to junk on a plane and head out there. This one is lovely - a beautiful capture of a beautiful waterfall. genie

Kay L. Davies said...

"Tumble into the Yellowstone Caldera" sounds like a wild west adventure gone bad. Great photo of the falls.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

STEF said...

Awesome photo! Here's my entry. Thanks and see you!

LivingSoAbundantly said...

I like the angle of your picture. How refreshing!

Christine Gail said...

Wow! What a powerful photo. I would love to visit Yellowstone to see this waterfall up close.

Christy