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Thunder-Boomer Over Cornfield

Thunderstorms hung high above us this weekend. The cornfields are really enjoying the rain.

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Sneaky Lizard

I was documenting petroglyphs and pictographs (prehistoric Native American carvings and etchings in rock) at Legend Rock in Thermopolis, WY and this little fella sneaked in for a portrait. 10 more words

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The Sun'll Come out

This image is from one of my many wanders this summer. I turned over images and research to my client yesterday. I’ve been cooped up in my dark, cool office for a couple of weeks completing this project and processing images for several other clients. 89 more words

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Feeling the Warmth of Morning Light

A cold front blew into Wyoming this weekend and will hang out with us for most of the week. Thank goodness I am done shooting my state parks project because it snowed yesterday in the Big Horn mountains. 125 more words

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Tilda Tuesday: Missing her Momma

Tilly misses me when I go out of town. This last trip really did a number on her so now that I am home she doesn’t let me out her sight much. 38 more words

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Fort Bridger

Fort Bridger began as a fur trading outpost established in 1842 on Blacks Fork of the Green River. Later it became a vital resupply point for wagon trains on the Oregon Trail, California Trail and Mormon Trail. 58 more words

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Fort Fred Steele

Named for Major General Frederick Steele, 20th U.S. Infantry, a Civil War hero, Fort Fred Steele is located on the west bank of the North Platte River. 99 more words

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