Fresh Snow: Wind River Canyon, Big Horn River, Twin Buttes Collection

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Early Morning photographs of a late-April snow in the Wind River Canyon and along the Big Horn River north of Thermopolis and along the Thermopolis Hot Spring, the world’s Largest Mineral Hot Springs. (The Wind River name changes to the Big Horn River as it exist the Spectacular Wind River Canyon just south of Thermopolis Wyoming).

The heavy 5-inch snow flocked the trees and blanketed the hillsides of the Owl Creek Mountains. The Wind River bisects the Owl Creek Moutains creating the Special Canyon.

This collection also includes snow on the Twin Buttes at Bates Hole along Wyo. State Highway 487 at the Carbon County, Natrona County border and a photo of a rusted 40’s and a 50’s vintage autos sinking into the prairie in the tiny town of Bosler Wyoming.

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Each photograph in this collection is available for editorial use or as printed and framed fine art. Please refer to the Ordering Page for sizes, pricing and ordering information, and contact me for more information or with related questions via dan@haywardphoto.com or phone 307 742-6307.

Verga Over Hills North of the Big Horn River: 430412_001_3PanWide View of Big Horn River, Rookery in Distant Cottonwoods; 034_3PanNormal View of Big Horn River, Rookery in Distant Cottonwoods; 047_3P Slight Tele View, Big Horn River, Rookery in Distant Cottonwoods; 046Tight View, Big Horn River, Rookery in Distant Cottonwoods; 042 2PSnow Blankets an Owl Creek Mountain Reflected in Big Horn River 52_3VPSnow on Tall Bluff of Sedimentary Layers near Thermopolis Wy; 055 3PThermopolis Hot Spring, Foot Bridge, Area Blanketed in Snow; 064_3PanNorth Mouth of the Wind River Canyon at Thermopolis, Wyoming; 082Snow on Side Canyon Above the Wind River in Wind River Canyon; 121-2VPSnow on Side Canyon Above the Wind River in Wind River Canyon; 123-3VPPair of Ravens Soar Along Rim of Wind River Canyon; 150A BNSF Train slowly Makes its Way through the Wind River Canyon: 161A BNSF Train slowly Makes its Way through the Wind River Canyon: 172A BNSF Train slowly Makes its Way through the Wind River Canyon: 174A BNSF Train slowly Makes its Way through the Wind River Canyon: 175Detail of Deeply Eroded West Wall of the Wind River Canyon; 179_3PanDetail of Deeply Eroded West Wall of the Wind River Canyon; 182_3Pan  Detail, Deeply Eroded West Wall of the Wind River Canyon; 186_2VPan  Detail, Deeply Eroded West Wall of the Wind River Canyon; 189_2VPanDeeply Eroded West Wall of the Wind River Canyon; 191_2VPanSpire on East Slopes of Wind River Canyon with Dusting of Snow;195_3VPDetail of Dark Rock Face on West Wall of the Wind River Canyon; 210Detail of Dark Rock Face on West Wall of the Wind River Canyon; 211Detail of Dark Rock Face on West Wall of the Wind River Canyon; 212Snow Flocked Twin Buttes at Bates Hole, Central Wyoming; 215-3PanSnow Flocked Twin Buttes at Bates Hole, Central Wyoming; 220-3PanSnow Flocked Twin Buttes at Bates Hole, Central Wyoming; 223-3PanSnow Flocked Twin Buttes at Bates Hole, Central Wyoming; 233_5PanHerd of over 35 Pronghorn, Shirley Basin, North Carbon County;247_3PanHerd of over 35 Pronghorn, Shirley Basin North Carbon County; 260_3PanHerd of over 35 Pronghorn, Shirley Basin North Carbon County; 263_3PanWyo Highway in the Dunlap Wind Farm n Shirley Basin Wyo; 27940\'s & 50\'s Vintage Cars Sinking into the Prairie Bosler Wyo; 299_2Pan

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