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The Green River

Wyoming, USA

Is this a “Top 10” for this year?  This summer I spent much time near the Green River that originates in the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming and flows into Utah, where it joins the Colorado River in Canyonlands National Park.  This image, is from near the headwaters of the Green River with the Wind River Mountains in the background.  This long valley gets quite cool at night, even in the summer, and creates a foggy environment until the morning sun rises.  Soon after the valley is flooded with light, the wind blows and the air heats up rapidly which eliminate the fog within minutes.

Wyoming is most known for Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park, both which are stunning to the eye.  A short distance from either one is this gem that was once considered for National Park status.  Instead, the Bridger…

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