Taking a look back at mountain landscapes of Wyoming.
The Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest stretches across thousands of acres from Wyoming and Colorado. The Snowy Range stands out in the landscape of southeast Wyoming.
“Some men see mountains as obstacles.
Others as a canvas.”
-Richard Paul Evans-
All photos are my own. ©Pepper Tron/Heaven’s Sunshine
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4 responses to “Mountain Landscapes of Wyoming”
What magnificent, rugged mountains. Lovely photos, Pepper! <3
Thanks, Cheryl. Wyoming is a great place for landscape photography. 😊
Wyoming is a lovely state. Seeing that tree in your shot continuing to survive the elements is beautiful!
Wyoming is another place I would love to live in and thought we’d end up there at one time. The tree is one of my favorite spots in Brush Creek Ranch. 😊
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