Firehole Spring, located on the Firehole Lake Drive in the Lower Geyser Basin, is in almost continuous eruption. It is known as a “perpetual spouter” among geyser watchers. Firehole Spring is named not for the nearby Firehole River or Firehole Lake, but for the flaming color of bubbles as they emerge from the submerged vent and head for the surface of the spring. It is easily reached by car, literally a few steps from the roadside.
Firehole Spring along Firehole Lake Drive. Lower Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
Location: Lower Geyser Basin
, Yellowstone National Park
Image ID: 07246
Format: Digital 3:2
Copyright © Phillip Colla / Oceanlight.com, all rights reserved worldwide.
This professional quality stock photo can be licensed in high resolution form by contacting the photographer: Phillip Colla, firstname.lastname@example.org
, (760) 707-7153, more info and photographer bio