This is my third Yellowstone Postcard...you can read about the other two, here and here.
And a card with some text on the back...just as I love it....when I need a saviour :)
Lower Falls, at 308 feet is Yellowstone National Park's highest waterfall. The green colour of the water that extends part-way down the falls is caused by a notch in the riverbed at the top of the falls which allows the river to retain some of its natural green colour instead of immediately breaking into spray.
Well, Im off to read something or watch a move, or anything....ive overslept most of the day either way =/