Some of the more fascinating scenery in Yellowstone are all of the waterfalls. There are over 40 waterfalls located with in Yellowstone. Unfortunately due to time, location and availability to the falls we were only able to visit a few.
The pictures in this post are from Tower Fall. Tower Fall is the point where the Tower Creek ends by plunging 132 feet to join the Yellowstone River below. The falls were named by Samuel Hauser, who was a member of the Washburn expedition, back in 1870. He named them Tower Falls for the towers and spires that the river has cut into the rock at the top of the falls. Unfortunately the base of the falls was not accessible to us during our trip because the snow melt had caused the Yellowstone River to rise up and wash over the path so I could only shoot from the over look across from the falls.