Old Faithful midnight eruption, Yellowstone National Park.
In this photo, we have an illustration of the simultaneity of natural events, predictably ticking off time like a metronome of the ages. I set a time exposure facing North to show star trails encircling Polaris. About midway through, the geyser vented boiling water and steam over 100 feet into the night air. Captured in a single exposure, the powerful 3-4 minute geothermal event appears rendered as a fine mist lost to space and time.