Strange Beauty: geothermal landscapes
The Yellowstone National Park is known for its geothermical activity, centered around the Yellowstone Caldera, the largest supervolcano on the continent.
Zac Henderson explored the canyons, rivers, geysers, lakes of the Park to capture the markers of geothermal activity on earth’s surface. This series shows what forms these landscapes, the natural sculptures made of water, minerals and bacterial activity. The textures, colors and hues create a place out of this world, surreal, celestial that reminds us about the constant earth activity.