[Geysers] Identification question

Paul Behunin lord_aragorn_elessar at hotmail.com
Mon Nov 27 08:04:15 PST 2006

Hey, Steven!

This is a beautiful picture. My first instinct was that this is Africa 
Geyser, based on when you said the photo was taken, and memories of my first 
2 trips to Yellowstone. It certainly looks like a large geyser in the middle 
of the broad, flat plain of the Porcelain Basin, and Africa Geyser fits the 
bill. I could be wrong, of course, but my vote is for Africa Geyser. Thanks 
for sharing the photo, regardless of what geyser it is!

I remain at your service,


----Original Message Follows----
From: Steven Krause <s_krause at mtco.com>
Reply-To: geyser observation reports <geysers at wwc.edu>
To: Geyser <geysers at wwc.edu>
Subject: [Geysers] Identification question
Date: Thu, 23 Nov 2006 08:51:02 -0600

Since it's the slow season, I thought I might impose on the list members for 
a little assistance.

Attached is a photo my father took in September 1976 at Norris. He's done 
black & white photography for years and happens to be quite pleased with 
this print. What we don't know is, which geyser is it? Any speculation would 
be appreciated!

Note: you're welcome to keep this scanned copy for yourself, but please do 
not distribute it broadly.

Steve Krause

<< sm_Norris_Sept_1976.jpg >>

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