Hot, mineralized water from hydrothermal activity floods areas in Yellowstone and kills the
lodgepole pines. Some of the minerals are pulled up into the trees, coloring them white and preserving them from decay....hence the term "bobby socks trees".
Early one cool September morning, I was driving on the west side of Yellowstone looking for animals when I came across this beautiful meadow. I knew I had to stop and capture the early morning steam and light. This image illustrates a great example of why it is important to “slow down and smell the roses.” Although I mostly photograph wildlife, this image won first place in the Wyoming Wildlife 2009 photo contest.
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