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Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: seen from below - the elements continue to erode the sedimentary rocks around the base - start of the trail - Crook County - photo by M.Torres Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: seen from below - the elements continue to erode the sedimentary rocks around the base - start of the trail - Crook County Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: proclaimed by President Theodore Roosevelt as the first national monument in 1906 - photo by M.Torres Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: proclaimed by President Theodore Roosevelt as the first national monument in 1906




Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: the tower is a sacred site for many tribes of American Indians - it is known to the Lakota as 'Bears Lodge' - Mato Tipila - photo by M.Torres Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: the tower is a sacred site for many tribes of American Indians - it is known to the Lakota as 'Bears Lodge' - Mato Tipila Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: detail of the mostly hexagonal columns of phonolite porphyry - the redness of the rocks is due to the oxidization of minerals - photo by M.Torres Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: detail of the mostly hexagonal columns of phonolite porphyry - the redness of the rocks is due to the oxidization of minerals
Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: made world famous by the movie 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind' - photo by M.Torres Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: made world famous by the movie 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind' Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: flat top with signs of erosion - 5,112 feet above sea level - photo by M.Torres Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: flat top with signs of erosion - 5,112 feet above sea level
Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: flat-top stump of stone - cylindrical and fluted - photo by M.Torres Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: flat-top stump of stone - cylindrical and fluted Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: surrounded by a Ponderosa Pine forest - photo by M.Torres Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: surrounded by a Ponderosa Pine forest
Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: in President Theodore Roosevelt's proclamation, the apostrophe in Devil's was inadvertently dropped, so the site was accidentally named Devils instead of Devil's - photo by M.Torres Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: in President Theodore Roosevelt's proclamation, the apostrophe in Devil's was inadvertently dropped, so the site was accidentally named Devils instead of Devil's Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: was named in 1875 when the interpreter for Colonel Richard Irving Dodge's expedition translated the Indian name as 'Evil God's Tower' - photo by M.Torres Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: was named in 1875 when the interpreter for Colonel Richard Irving Dodge's expedition translated the Indian name as 'Evil God's Tower'
Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: monolithic igneous intrusion or volcanic neck - magma welled up into the surrounding sedimentary rock - photo by M.Torres Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: monolithic igneous intrusion or volcanic neck - magma welled up into the surrounding sedimentary rock Devilís Tower National Monument, Wyoming: Devilís tower with water reflection - photo by C.Lovell Devilís Tower National Monument, Wyoming: Devilís tower with water reflection
Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: a 1,300-acre preserve with rolling hills - tower's silhouette in the late afternoon - Black Hills - photo by M.Torres Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming: a 1,300-acre preserve with rolling hills - tower's silhouette in the late afternoon - Black Hills Wyoming, USA: valley floor with winding streams - meanders - photo by C.Lovell Wyoming: valley floor with winding streams - meanders
Thunder Basin National Grassland, Wyoming, USA: imposing buffalo in the empty landscape - American Bison - photo by M.Torres Thunder Basin National Grassland, Wyoming: imposing buffalo in the empty landscape - American Bison Thunder Basin National Grassland, Wyoming, USA: buffalo herd - cattle in the semi-desertic plain - photo by M.Torres Thunder Basin National Grassland, Wyoming: buffalo herd - cattle in the semi-desertic plain
Thunder Basin National Grassland, Wyoming, USA: buffalo in the snow - Bison bison - Wyoming uses a bison in its state flag - photo by M.Torres Thunder Basin National Grassland, Wyoming: buffalo in the snow - Bison bison - Wyoming uses a bison in its state flag Thunder Basin National Grassland, Wyoming, USA: an antelope struggles to find edible vegetation in the snow covered soil - photo by M.Torres Thunder Basin National Grassland, Wyoming: an antelope struggles to find edible vegetation in the snow covered soil
Thunder Basin National Grassland, Wyoming, USA: pumpjack and sky - nodding donkey - Lufkin oilfield pumping unit - reciprocating piston pump over an oil well near WY-59 - photo by M.Torres Thunder Basin National Grassland, Wyoming: pumpjack and sky - nodding donkey - Lufkin oilfield pumping unit - reciprocating piston pump over an oil well near WY-59 Thunder Basin National Grassland, Wyoming, USA: buffalo head - livestock - photo by M.Torres Thunder Basin National Grassland, Wyoming: buffalo head - livestock
Thunder Basin National Grassland, Wyoming, USA: the little dark dots on the snow are bisons - photo by M.Torres Thunder Basin National Grassland, Wyoming: the little dark dots on the snow are bisons Highway 93, northwest of Douglas, Wyoming, USA: Fetterman Ranch - White Land and Livestock - typical ranch entrance with a metal frame - photo by M.Torres Highway 93, northwest of Douglas, Wyoming: Fetterman Ranch - White Land and Livestock - typical ranch entrance with a metal frame
Grand Teton (Wyoming): Mount Moran - reflection - Oxbow Bend - photo by J.Fekete Grand Teton, Wyoming: Mount Moran - reflection - Oxbow Bend USA - Grand Teton NP (Wyoming): Mount Moran and Oxbow Bend - reflection - landscape - photo by J.Fekete Grand Teton NP, Wyoming: Mount Moran and Oxbow Bend - reflection - landscape
USA - Grand Teton NP (Wyoming): Sun rays hitting the snowy peaks of Grand Teton - sunrise - photo by J.Fekete Grand Teton NP, Wyoming: Sun rays hitting the snowy peaks of Grand Teton - sunrise USA - Grand Teton NP (Wyoming): Grand Teton and the Snake River - the second highest mountain in the state of Wyoming - photo by J.Fekete Grand Teton NP, Wyoming: Grand Teton and the Snake River - the second highest mountain in the state of Wyoming
USA - Wyoming: Elk on field during the rutting season - Cervus canadensis - fauna - wildlife - photo by J.Fekete Wyoming: Elk on field during the rutting season - Cervus canadensis - fauna - wildlife USA - Wyoming: Indian paintbrush or Prairie-fire - Castilleja flower - plant - flora - photo by J.Fekete Wyoming: Indian paintbrush or Prairie-fire - Castilleja flower - plant - flora
Grand Tetons National Park, Wyoming, USA: silvery lupine - Lupinus argenteus - perennial herb - photo by C.Lovell Grand Tetons National Park, Wyoming: silvery lupine - Lupinus argenteus - perennial herb Grand Tetons National Park, Wyoming, USA: mountain peaks and blue sky - photo by C.Lovell Grand Tetons National Park, Wyoming: mountain peaks and blue sky
Grand Tetons National Park, Wyoming, USA: backcountry hiker - photo by C.Lovell Grand Tetons National Park, Wyoming: backcountry hiker Grand Tetons National Park, Wyoming, USA: Grand Teton, 13,770 ft. the park was established in 1929 - photo by C.Lovell Grand Tetons National Park, Wyoming: Grand Teton, 13,770 ft. the park was established in 1929
Wyoming, USA: close-up of horse's nostrils - photo by C.Lovell Wyoming: close-up of horse's nostrils Wyoming, USA: cowboy riding his horse down the road with his dog by his side - photo by C.Lovell Wyoming: cowboy riding his horse down the road with his dog by his side
Devil's Tower, Wyoming, USA: Black-tailed Prairie Dog eating - Cynomys ludovicianus - photo by C.Lovell Devil's Tower, Wyoming: Black-tailed Prairie Dog eating - Cynomys ludovicianus Devil's Tower, Wyoming, USA: Black-tailed Prairie Dog in hole - Cynomys ludovicianus - photo by C.Lovell Devil's Tower, Wyoming: Black-tailed Prairie Dog in hole - Cynomys ludovicianus
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