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Monday, March 19, 2012

Upper Falls of the Yellowstone River

this is a view of the Upper Falls of the Yellowstone River in Yellowstone National Park; the falls drops about 109'. If you look closely you can see a tourist at the tiny overlook to the upper right of the falls. This was taken from the overlook on the South Rim at the Uncle Tom parking lot.  I have directions to this spot here: 
to get to the Uncle Tom's overlook of the Upper Falls  of the Yellowstone River, start at the Canyon Junction intersection and head south on the grand loop road a couple of miles and take a left on the Artist Point Road;  the Uncle Tom parking lot will be on your left after a half mile or so. At the parking lot, head to the west part of the lot and the trail starts there; the overlook is right at the beginning.

autumn color on Little River in Great Smoky Mountains NP

late afternoon color really comes alive in afternoon light on Little River near Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Another shot is below: