Yellowstone National Park

Back from Yellowstone National Park. Now I probably have not seen much of the world, but these colorful lands have to be one of the most beautiful places on earth. It is amazing that when you go to spend some time in the nature you realize how we human beings are always touched by the simplest things in life, like sitting on the grass by the river talking with a friend or walking slowly between the long trees. A lot of emotions and ideas are floating in my head upon returning from Yellowstone but I don’t think now is the right time to bring them out. Some pictures can be found here. I leave you with this fascinating scene of the Old Faithful geyser erupting like it has always done for thousands of years:

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9 thoughts on “Yellowstone National Park

  1. It would appear that the US Government doesn’t like the pictures you have. They have everyone blocked out on their computers. I have a lot of questions about Saudi and I will read your blog and hopefully some will be answered.
    Thanks for posting. Do you mind if I link to it?

    My blog is mostly anti war, anti Bush and anti Israel.
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    Number of Operations Iraq Freedom and Enduring Freedom casualties as confirmed by U.S. Central Command: 4198

  2. Beautiful photos – thank you, Ahmed. That water in photo DSC05049 is so blue, it’s striking and I wonder how it became that color.

    Ted, is it fun to be an anti-person? :-D

  3. I got to see the pictures when I got home, they are very nice. Thanks for sharing.
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    Number of Operations Iraq Freedom and Enduring Freedom casualties
    as confirmed by U.S. Central Command: 4198

  4. Abu Sinan, I have a reaction to that but don’t want to spoil Ahmed’s comments section that’s about very different thngs. You are welcome to come to my blog or anywhere else to get into that, sir.

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