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Springs

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Multiple terraces. Colored cascading mineral laden hot water. Patterns from the minerals and algae. Mineral and algal staining on the flow from hot springs. Looking up at the fringe of the extensive terraces. Cascading hot mineralized water. Small new terraces forming where the hot water banks up in small pools. Mineral and algal staining on the upper terraces from flow from hot springs. Patterns from the minerals and algae. Small hot spring makes its presence felt. Mammoth Hot Springs terraces. Small tree struggling to survive the hot sulphuorous environment. Patterns from the minerals and algae. An Aerial view of the Palm Springs area. Hot mineral pool and extensive minerals deposit terraces. The first of two pools along the hot springs stream that runs into the East Fork of the Carson River below Markleeville, CA. Pumpkin Springs on the Colorado River. The building that houses the hot springs of The Cave and Basin National Historic Site of Canada in Banff National Park. The Rancho Las Palmas resort at Palm Springs. A view from a room on the 5th floor of the Banff Springs Hotel, looking out on the Bow River. Whitewater rafters enjoying Pumpkin Hot Springs on the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. Looking upstream from the first hot springs pool on the East Fork of the Carson River below Markleeville, CA. A close-up of the hot water and vegetation in the hot springs stream that runs into the East Fork of the Carson River below Markleeville, CA. The hot springs of The Cave and Basin National Historic Site of Canada in Banff National Park. The Rancho Las Palmas resort at Palm Springs. Hot mineral pool. The spring named Vasey's Paradise by John Wesley Powell in the Grand Canyon. Thunder River Falls as it leaps from the cliff and down the canyon, one of the many springs in the Grand Canyon. The hot springs of The Cave and Basin National Historic Site of Canada in Banff National Park, with snow-capped mountains in the distance. Mt. San Jacinto near Palm Springs.

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