Fisherman at lake turning to cook in a boiling spring the trout just caught, Yellowstone Park, U.S.A.
You are looking northeast from the shore of Yellowstone Lake across Thumb Bay, one of its many spreading arms. The place is extraordinary in many ways, but the most striking peculiarity of all is the possibility of such a proceeding as you see now--that fisherman has just caught in the lake the plump trout on his line and now he is lowering his prize into a spring of boiling water, only a few feet from the cool depths of the lake itself. The waters of the boiling spring evidently rise from sources absolutely separate from the lake bed--as separate as if they came up in pipes set by a plumber! ...
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