Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA by Jonathan Steele

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"Komorebi" a Japanese term that translates as “the scattered light that filters through when sunlight shines through trees", Captured while hiking in the Back Basin of the Norris Geyser Basin. The effect is enhanced here by the wind blown steam from the Minute Geyser.

We had hiked to the Steamboat Geyser and decided to continue on into the Norris Geyser Basin. It had snowed over the past several days and we had to break our own trail in the fresh snow. While hiking through I checked my six and say the steam passing in front of the tree and creating the scene that you see in this photo. To say I was ecstatic is an understatement!

I have visited Yellowstone in both winter and late spring, by far Yellowstone is best in the winter. Fewer people and amazing landscape and wildlife scenes.

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