Beehive Geyser occur at the foot of Geyser Hill, in the Upper Geyser Basin of Yellowstone National Park.
Beehive erupts from a small 'beehive-shaped' sinter cone.
The vent of this geyser must be narrow and vertical. The resulting eruption looks something like pointing a fire hose
up at the sky!
Some people insist that you haven't really experienced a geyser eruption until you've breathed it in! Look at the people
drenched in the spray downwind.