One of the coolest jobs I've had in awhile as far as a totally unique experience. I was contacted to photograph a session of Park City Yoga Adventures. They specialize in doing yoga in places other then the regular spots. A few of these adventures include hiking in summer, snowshoeing to a yurt in winter and something very unique to Utah is on a paddleboard in a geothermal crater!
"For over a century people have come from far and wide to experience the therapeutic mineral-rich waters of the Homestead Crater. Just 15 minutes from Park City, this 10,000 year old hot spring has long been touted for its restorative properties. "
The Crater looks like a regular hill other then the fenced off opening at the top that reveals a 55 foot drop to 90 plus degree mineral water that is the color of the Caribbean and is 85 feet deep. Luckily there is a tunnel that takes you right inside where there are changing areas and a dock and benches to get the best experience. They even offer scuba diving classes there to take advantage of the crystal clear water and amazing temperature.