Mammoth hot springs are located on north side of Yellowstone National Park by its north entry. We started and ended our journey there. The first day there were deer, buck and fawns – in the middle of the road – and were resting by the road or walking around freely. The last day we were enjoying white terraces that resembled turkey’s Pamukkale. Because I saw and experienced both, I can say that white terraces of Mammoth hot springs are much more beautiful and most of all – despite tourists – far less commercial. They are more protected and much more authentic. Luckily, we saw them in sunshine and white color with bleeding color shades and water became especially noticeable, more impressing. We climbed on them in the morning, when we enjoyed peace and morning sun. Those were beautiful last moments of our six-day visit to Yellowstone.
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Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone
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