I’ve photographed this diversion dam a number of times, but the light was pretty lovely last night after the sun had set. Here are three versions of the same location with differing amounts of color left in the sky and reflected moonlight.
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Cave Falls is in an isolated corner of Yellowstone National Park. It’s called Cave Falls because there used to be a cave at the base of one of the waterfalls. The cave collapsed a year or two ago, but it’s still a lovely place and well worth the drive. I got to Cave falls just before the sun got off the water. I hung out for a bit and as soon as the sun left the canyon I photographed until I ran out of light. I stayed until it was nearly too dark to see. The warm light in the bottom photograph is reflected light from the nearly full moon. Enjoy.
Cave Falls on the Fall River, Yellowstone National Park, 2010