Seneca-Creek-Photography-Lower Falls, Yellowstone National Park, WY.jpg
The canyon’s colors the 308 foot waterfall is flowing through were created by hot water acting on volcanic rock. It was not these colors, but the river’s yellow banks at its distant confluence with the Missouri River, that occasioned the Minnetaree Indian name which French trappers translated as roche jaune, yellow stone.
- Allison Pluda, SenecaCreekPhotography.com
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