The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge this week is the five elements of metal, wood, water, fire, and earth. Here are pictures that feature several of the elements that I took at Yellowstone National Park.
The five pictures above of Yellowstone elements each include wood, water, fire, and earth. In this case, the fire is below the surface. This area sits inside a giant caldera and geysers and hot springs are common in the park. Steam rises over these thermal features.
You may be wondering where the element of “metal” is in these photos. In the photo below, I was using our metal car as a blind to take pictures of the bison and accidentally took a picture of myself holding my metal camera. 😀
Hope you enjoy my interpretation of this challenge!
Lens- Artists Photo Challenge – Five Elements
9 thoughts on “Yellowstone Elements: LAPC”
Yellowstone is like stepping on a different planet. Great choices for the challenge!
Yes, it is! Thanks.
LOL for your metal shot Siobhan! As for the rest – magnificent! What a great environment for response to the challenge. Well done!!
Thanks and I’m glad I made you laugh. 😃
Yellowstone and the four elements, just perfect and very beautiful. The car for metal, how clever! 🙂
Thank you for joining in.
Thank you, Amy. 😊
A beautiful response for the challenge, Siobhan. I love your selfie too! How clever for the “metal” element!
Thanks! Glad you liked my improvised picture for metal. 🙂