Here, you can see the Galactic Core of the Milky splitting the sky above Swiftcurrent Lake in the Many Glacier region of GNP. With the Milky Way in this vertical position, it looks to me like a giant seam in the sky, where it's been spliced together.
Moulton Time Warp
A three-hour exposure shows the earth's rotation in relation to the night sky above the famous T.A. Moulton Barn in Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park.
After a day of being swarmed by masses of ice cream-buying, Old Faithful-peeping families, the sun set on Yellowstone National Park, and the day-users began to pile back into their vehicles to vacate the volcanic landscape of this wild place.
Following this mass departure, twilight turns to astronomical dusk, and the Galactic Core of the Milky begins to peak above the horizon to greet the loyal few that await her appearance.
The steam in this image rises from the incredible Grand Prismatic Spring, one of my favorite spots in Yellowstone.
Gem Pool, a Geothermal Hot Spring in Yellowstone National Park's Upper Geyser Basin.