Bison will often place themselves in and around hot springs and steam to stay warm during Yellowstone’s harsh winters. Here, a group of bison are standing on top of Excelsior Geyser Crater’s runoff channels at the park’s Midway Geyser Basin. These channels dump over 5 million gallons of water a day into the Firehole River. Where else on planet earth will you find a hot spring and bison in the same scene? Thank you to renowned photographer Tom Murphy for sharing this excellent video with us.