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#HubsPhoto Lingering Clouds

View takes my breath away!

storm on the mountains

Lingering Clouds
An overnight and early morning storm clears out over the Absaroka Mountains in northwestern Wyoming on a beautiful September day. The peak on the left is Pilot Peak, elevation 11,522 feet (3,512 m), and to the right is Index Peak, elevation 10,709 feet (3,264 m). Geologically, Pilot and Index Peaks are glacial horns that were created as multiple glaciers eroded away the mountain ridge. A classic example is the Matterhorn in the Alps. Copyright by WyoJones. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

As soon as I saw this picture, I knew I had to use it on the blog! This storm caused the hubs some problems because he had some guests who wanted to cross over the pass and it was closed (and COLD), but being the hubs, he managed to get a great photo.

I hope you’re enjoying the Wyoming views as much as I am!

Perilously yours,


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