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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Natural Bridge on the Boulder River

The Boulder River rushes from the Beartooth Absarokee Range year around.
In the Natural Bridge area, the river has cut a path underground where the rock has dissolved over time. Above, you can see the water disappear underground.
Below, you can see the water rushing out of the underground passage.

A couple more pictures of the icy river from different vantage points.


Sally Westcott said...

Amazing photos Cynthia! I keep coming back to your blog - your photos are amazing and your art is even better! Keep it coming.


Sally in Hobart

ArtGirl/California/United States said...

beautiful! it must look stunning in the summer time!