The Yellowstone Geysers
Yellowstone National Park, in the northwestern state of Wyoming, is one of the most beautiful and unpredictable places in the world. Photographer Jassen Todorov who says so. “It’s a magical place, one of my favorite destinations,” explained the 40-year-old Californian.
Todorov took advantage of two plane trips, sunrise and sunset, to capture some of the colorful pools of Yellowstone. The result is in sight: the colorful geysers of Yellowstone, surrounded by mountainous terrain, in perfect boiling.
“I took these pictures on two different flights – one at sunset or the other at birth,” Todorov explained. “At sundown there was less steam as they got warmer.”
“The colder the air, the more steam comes out of the fountain. At sunrise, with the cold air, there was more steam, “explained the photographer.
Yellowstone Park has more than two-thirds of the 1,000 geysers in the world. However, few can see them, although the tourists have ways that take them close.