Photos: Yellowstone National Park

Grand Canyon
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Yellowstone National Park has its own Grand Canyon, viewed here from Inspiration Point.
Midway Geyser Basin, in west-central Yellowstone, which Rudyard Kipling once called "Hell's Half Acre".
— Emiliano Granado
The Gannon family, from Big Fork, Montana, at Old Faithful.
Old Faithful, the famous cone geyser, which erupts 21 to 23 times daily.
Thirteen members of the Ying family (plus pugs who made the trip from Dallas) at the general store across from Old Faithful.
— Emiliano Granado
  The soaring log lobby of Old Faithful Inn, built in 1904.
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Johanna and David Swidrak and their daughters, Sierra, 17, and Starla, 11, who drove their 1992 RV from their home in Bend, Oregon.
— Emiliano Granado
Judy and Audrey Visser, ages 5 and 7, of Cedar Springs, Michigan, at the corral on their way to a chuck wagon dinner, a nightly summer event near Roosevelt Lodge in the hilly northern end of the park.
— Emiliano Granado
The Bach family of Barcelona, in Yellowstone’s Boiling River;.
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Yellowstone River's Lower Falls.
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Route 89, just outside the park’s northern entrance.
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The Simpsons, Dori, Steve, Naomi, 10, and their rescue mutt, Bandit, of Cheney, Washington, at Grant Village, which has 400 campsites scattered throughout the woods.
— Emiliano Granado
Liza Dable, of Waukesha, Wisconsin, painting the Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River, during a four-day Yellowstone for Families program.
— Emiliano Granado
Rangers Beth Taylor and Ivan Kowski along with their kids, Maya, 5, and Haven, 18 months, outside Albright Vistor’s Center, a former army barracks at Mammoth Hot Springs.
— Emiliano Granado
One of the 4,500 or so bison that roam the park.
— Emiliano Granado

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