Porcelain Basin is the most active and least vegetated part of Norris Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park, and it may be viewed close up by a 0.75 boardwalk loop trail. This panorama is taken along the section between Ledge Geyser (the group of steaming vents on the hillside) and Whirligig Geyser, where the path crosses a flat, acidic plain containing many other pools and geysers, though most are quite far away.
To navigate in a panorama, use the mouse to click and drag the picture left or right, or the keyboard arrow keys. Press the Shift key to zoom in or the Control key to zoom out.
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