Yellowstone River below the lower falls – The view from this perspective can change within minutes depending on several factors. As the clouds move across the sky the shadows shift. As the air temperature changes the mist is either present or not. Certainly, the time of year makes a difference as well. Early in the season, there could very well be snow on the walls of the canyon. Later in the season, the water level of the river can be lower changing the look of the rapids.
While showing friends from Connecticut some of our favorite places, we stopped at the Brink of the Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River.
This image is looking downstream from the falls. The lighting was really nice on this early June morning.