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Mud Volcano
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

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Dragon's Mouth Spring

Dragon's Mouth Spring

Dragon's Mouth Spring

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Date photographed: June 29, 2000

The Mud Volcano, half destroyed by its own eruptions

The Mud Volcano, half destroyed by its own eruptions

The Mud Volcano, half destroyed by its own eruptions

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Date photographed: June 29, 2000

Sour Lake, something between a hot spring and a mud pot

Sour Lake, something between a hot spring and a mud pot

Sour Lake, something between a hot spring and a mud pot

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Date photographed: June 29, 2000

The Churning Cauldron, living up to its name

The Churning Cauldron, living up to its name

The Churning Cauldron, living up to its name

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Date photographed: June 29, 2000

Mud Geyser and the trail to Sour Lake

Mud Geyser and the trail to Sour Lake

In the late nneteenth century Mud Geyser was a dramtically active geyser. Now it has become just a shallow lake of mudpots and fumaroles.

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Date photographed: July 18, 2017

Black Dragons Caldron

Black Dragons Caldron

This roiling steaming muddy lake appeared suddenly in 1948, probably diverting water and energy from nearby Sour Lake.

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Date photographed: July 18, 2017

Dragons Mouth Spring

Dragons Mouth Spring

Dragons Mouth Spring roars and surges constantly, belching sufurous gas and steam. It has been putting on this show since the earliest expeditions reported on the wonders of Yellowstone.

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Date photographed: July 18, 2017

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