The Great Fountain Geysor was releasing some smoke after a big eruption. I was sad that it occurred after sunset. But it was still great!! Certainly, if you can capture a shot of eruption with a great sunset light reflected on and with a great sky, it must be a great picture.
When snow melts, wildflowers at Logan Pass are out. Reynolds Mountain can be seen in far distance. This year was pretty warm in early July. I saw snow melt faster compare to my last visit in late July last year. I hope 3-4 glaciers that left in the park won't retreat faster. Could it be another obvious sign of Global warming?