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National park photo ops: At Yellowstone's Old Faithful, it's all about timing - and patience

On the average, Yellowstone National Park’s Old Faithful blows every 90 minutes, shooting 4,000 to 8,000 gallons of water about 130 feet into the air. Patience is needed while you wait between eruptions, but you won’t need any exotic lenses here. READ: Yellowstone's steaming, splashing, roaring...
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