Riverside Geyser, throwing its 80 ft. column of water into Firehole River. Yellowstone Park, U.S.A.
Close to the bridge that crosses Firehole River on the road leading to Midway and Lower Geyser Basins, and at the very edge of the water is Riverside geyser. If the geyser is not in action we would not notice it at all, unless some one would direct our attention to it, as the cone is not at all conspicuous. This geyser has two craters; one being somewhat larger and higher than the other, and both resembling a chimney in form. The eruption occurs through the lower opening and this usually surprises visitors who almost invariably expect to see the water spout from the higher crater. At intervals ...
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