Having been to Yellowstone quite a few times, enjoying each visit, this July trip, we went for the little places-- not the main tourist attractions. These don't all have names but they have the same beauty as the major sites-- just smaller, with less people watching their shows.
It had an advantage of being quieter-- well, the little want-to-be geysers did gurgle.
Photos are all in the geyser basin but not where the big parking lots are.
You look out across the horizon and it feels like another world-- a world of creation and new beginnings.
A little hot spring can also have a tiny geyser, but hey, maybe someday it might be as impressive as Old Faithful-- or will it disappear?
A few are named-- Pink Geyser.
For me, to be in the geyser basins feels like the earth speaking out-- creation in its essence.
You wait and never know what you will see.