Grand Prismatic Spring - MOC5 Day 6

Grand Prismatic Spring - MOC5 Day 6
berniek, Jan 6, 2017
M3 - August 2016
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Just Jaimee - December 2013 freebie
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Font - Jonie

Journaling translated:
The last highlight we wanted to see was Grand Prismatic Spring. It's so big, that you can't see it fully from the board walk. All those beautiful photo's you see online and in magazines, they are taken from above, but you can't legally go there.
All springs in Yellowstone are extraordinaire, but this one is that even more. The size is not the only reason. Look at the amazing colours. You can even see from here the different colours. The mist is produces gives you a bit of a mysterious feeling. Like it's just not earthly or something.
We are really happy to have seen this!

This page will go in my road trip album next to this one:
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    • jenn mccabe
      wow, the colors are so rich and gorgeous and i love how clear & vivid the photos are with all the cool fog/mist rising. really beautiful!
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    • HeyJude
      Those are some seriously gorgeous photos! That is going to be one amazing travel album when you done. :)
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    • kirstiegai
      awesome photos
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    • sparagus
      Ooh I love the color palette of the page. Great use of blocking and stitches. Great layout!
      berniek likes this.
      Het inspiratie bord met de kleuren lijkt gemaakt te zijn voor jouw foto's! Ze komen hier echt prachtig uit! Toen wij in september 2015 hier waren konden we nog wel naar boven klimmen tot op de heuvel die je op de achtergrond van je foto's ziet. Ik heb ergens gelezen dat ze een officieel uitkijkpunt gaan maken daar omdat iedereen, ondanks het verbod, toch naar boven blijft gaan...
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