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The Great Freeze of 1963.  The date on the slide is February 63.  There seems to be a broken bridge and a sign advertising ale.  Perhaps someone willl recognise the area.
Turk's Cap Lily (Lilium superbum)
Mount McKinley, southern view. From Mary's McKinley View Motel on the Parks Highway, just south of Denali State Park. An 11x15" image fits into a 16x20" frame. Larger sizes are also available.
Daybreak, Triple Falls, Glacier National Park
Hiker's view of Grand Prismatic Spring radiating red within Yellowstone National Park (USA WY YNP)
Lower Falls Artist, Artist Point, Yellowstone NP, WY    Artist point is so crowded, but the view is so nice!
Osprey
Dead Horse State Park, Ut  http://www.utah.com/stateparks/dead_horse.htm
Best Picnic Ever! Jackson Lake, WY    The sign said "lake view picnic area." That sign was accurate, but it could have said "best set of picnic tables you'll find anywhere in the world," and that would have been more accurate.
Destruction Channel  Olympic National Park, Washington
Million Dollar View  5942   w22 - People ask why I like to sleep in a tent when I travel across the United States on my photography tours.  Well, here is the answer.
Colorado River 1960
Teton Fog Pano, Grand Teton NP, WY    Early morning is the best time to shoot the Tetons.  Too bad I didn't get up early enough to spend more time shooting around this area.  I was too tired from the sunrise to sunset excursions on the previous day (starting in Yellowstone, ending in Jackson Hole).
Bison Meadows, Yellowstone NP, WY
The Great Freeze of 1963. The date on the slide is February 63. There seems to be a broken bridge and a sign advertising ale. Perhaps someone willl recognise the area.

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The Great Freeze of 1963.  The date on the slide is February 63.  There seems to be a broken bridge and a sign advertising ale.  Perhaps someone willl recognise the area.
The Great Freeze of 1963. The date on the slide is February 63. There seems to be a broken bridge and a sign advertising ale. Perhaps someone willl recognise the area.

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Photo by: Julieanne Savage · See photo in original gallery.

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