For such a colorless, small feature, I find this one fascinating and have several pictures. The water is crystal clear and the little terrace is smooth and white. The water doesn’t so much splash as burble.
Yes, forgotten, because this feature is back behind some trees on the path out of the Norris Back Basin. Unless it’s cool out and you can see the steam, you wouldn’t even know this was a thermal feature.
It’s hundreds of thousands of years since the last volcanic eruption at Yellowstone, and yet the geyser basins change every year. The Norris Basin has some of the most dramatic changes. In fact, a few years ago, the Park Service had to completely reroute the boardwalk around Porkchop. Now we can get some great pictures of the geyser crater and the glowing, blue water.