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National park photo ops: For best color from this Yellowstone marvel, shoot from up high

As crowds of visitors stroll along wooden walkways in Yellowstone National Park’s Midway Geyser Basin, steam clouds billow from the colorful Grand Prismatic Spring. The best vantage point I found was a nearby hilltop after a short hike down a 1-mile dirt trail and a scramble up and over fallen...
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