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Soda Butte Creek (1991)

Soda Butte Creek is a popular trout fishing stream in the Lamar Valley, in the northeastern section of Yellowstone National Park. The creek is named for Soda Butte, the travertine cone of an extinct geyser close to where the creek joins the Lamar River. In planning my springtime visit to Yellowstone I expected the overcast sky that gives this scene a brooding atmosphere, and brought a spare camera loaded with black and white film to make the most of it.

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