Sharing some of my exploration into the world of art. I'll include some stamped work, digital work, photography and maybe even some journaling.
Sunday, August 24, 2014
When you climb up the hill in the Painter's Paint Pot area you find pools of mud that bubble, plop and jump. This photo shows where three little eruptions occur and I was able to capture some mud mid-air just to the right of the ridge. Those little craters are about 4" across so by no means are we talking "big." But they are fun and steady. Guess the Yellowstone Painters like neutral shades of paint.