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My image is of the hot springs at Mammoth Springs, Yellowstone NPS.
While most think of Yellowstone as 'big' - big geysers, big hot springs, big valleys, I wanted to see it in the details. I wanted to see it up close. This piece is of the terraced layers of calcium left behind as the hot waters flow out of the hot spring. The form terraces as the amount of water ebbs and flows. This is a close up of those terraces that can be less than a half of an inch tall but together form a structure that is over 100' high.
They colors in the image are caused by the thermophilic bacteria and the play of the light and the water.
I found that metal, with its reflective properties, to be the perfect medium for this image. It is printed on aluminum with a high gloss finish to mimic the reflective quality of the water.