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Photo of the Day (8/22/07)
Ywlstonegirl's shot of Castle Geyser in Yellowstone National Park reminds me of the Glass Eye Studio globes that I saw the day before yesterday at the Ohio Craft Museum. But, the difference is, instead of looking into the marble from the outside, the angle here gives the impression of being pulled towards the center of the scene. I missed this geyer when we went to Yellowstone two years ago. Maybe the timing was off. It only errupts every 10 to 12 hours. We did see Old Faithful do her thing. I have to say, as touristy as it is to do the thing that everybody else does, it's worth hanging around to see that geyser shoot up to 8,400 gallons of water into the air. (Old Faithful does a show every 65 to 91 minutes.)
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