Tiny waterfall @ Yellowstone NP

When we were walking along the North Rim Trail of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, somewhere between Lookout and Inspiration Point, we came across this small waterfall that came to life after it had been snowing and raining the entire day and the day before.

If anyone is interested, I took the picture handheld without a ND filter, with my Olymus OMD E-M10 (30mm,F/18, 1,6s, ISO 200). I was able to do so because in the afternoon the southrim is in the shade and pretty dark.

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Small waterfall on the south rim of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone

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10 thoughts on “Tiny waterfall @ Yellowstone NP

  1. Absolutely a fantastic read 🙂 we could well be heading down here next week!! Do you know of any good 3-5 night hikes in the park? And get a good chance to see wolves? We have had a few adventures of our own you might enjoy 🙂 check out a few of my reads would love some feedback 🙂

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    • Oh night hikes I am sorry but I have no clue. Well regarding wolfes we can recommend checking with other visitors when possible and also at the Ranger stations and Visitor Centers. They usually have some tips about when and where the last sightings were. I am going to check out your posts.

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