I am keeping with the pond theme from my last post, but showing a more abstract image of very different sort of pond. The “flotilla” on this milky pond are fragments of the bubblings and churnings of nature at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming.
Here is another natural abstract of a hot spring at Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Temperatures in the springs promote the growth of a variety of heat-loving microbes, which reflect different colors.
The hot springs of Wyoming’s Yellowstone National Park are a natural study in abstract design with a color palette provided by microbes that thrive in hot temperatures.
The tide is spilling over a flat rock shelf and into a shallow pool at Laguna Beach, California. Observed from a cliff above, the water and rock take on an abstract appearance.
The patterns of rock and mineral lining the maze of passages in South Dakota’s Wind Cave create a natural abstract design. This immense cave sits below the largest remaining natural prairie in the United States. The cave and the prairie together comprise one of the country’s oldest national parks.