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Thursday, August 5, 2010

Laramie in Pictures: The Road to Laramie

While I was in Laramie, I took literally hundreds of photos from Vedauwoo to Centennial, and I'd like to share a few with you over the next couple of months as I continue to write through some things. The first series I would like to share with you isn't Laramie proper-- rather, the vast chunk of land between Laramie and Casper.  These photos, taken on that lonely, beautiful drive, stretch from the Shirley Basin, to Medicine Bow, Rock River, and just north of Laramie. 

So, here are some of the most iconic images from the road to Laramie: wind turbines, antelope, and fences.  Oh, and mosquitoes, but they don't photograph so well.


Welcome to the Shirley Basin
Why, yes, I am sitting down in the middle of an active highway...
This is the road approaching the Shirley Basin.  

Land Scenes, SE Wyoming
Medicine Bow, WY's newest additions, which aren't producing power just yet.

Prairie scenesLand Scenes, SE Wyoming

Prairie scenes
These are snow (also called "drift") fences, which keep the snow off the roads in winter.

Land Scenes, SE Wyoming

Land Scenes, SE Wyoming

1 comment:

  1. you have a really impressive eye for catching the drama of nature & life - quality