Yellowstone National Park is known for its geysers, mudpots, and hot springs.
That might make you think it’s just a place with some steam, but that isn’t the case.
You can see the full majesty, power and fury of the park’s attributes in this video.
Harun Mehmedinovic and Gavin Heffernan filmed Yellowstone’s geothermal wonders as part of the SKYGLOW project, which explores “the effects and dangers of urban light pollution in contrast with some of the most incredible dark sky areas in North America.”
The pair filmed America’s oldest national park to create a day-to-night tour of the volatile landscape, entitled “Hades Exhales.”
Mehmedinovic and Heffernan dedicated the video to Colin Nathaniel Scott, a 23-year-old who strayed off a park boardwalk and died in June, just after filming of “Hades Exhales” wrapped in Yellowstone.