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Death Valley, one of the best places to view the night sky. Our attempts to photograph the night sky, which we do not see that often.

Tags:   California Death Valley Death Valley National Park Night Zabriskie Point stars “night sky

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Midway Geyser Basin consisting of two large pools, Midway’s main attraction is undoubtedly Grand Prismatic Spring. But Excelsior Geyser (or rather, its crater) is the first feature you pass on the boardwalk. A steaming body of teal water running off into the Firehole River, Excelsior has been like this for most of its recorded history. For a time though, it was the largest geyser in the world.

Tags:   Excelsior Geyser Grand Prismatic YNP Yellowstone Yellowstone National Park

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Tags:   Kalispell Montana snow winter

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Tags:   Shell WY Horse Horses Hideout Lodge Mustang Cowgirls Cowboy Cowboys Wranglers Wrangler West Wyoming

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Mormon Row, formerly known as the town of Grovont, was settled in the late 1890s by Mormons from the Salt Lake region. Due to the Homestead Act of 1862, which granted land ownership to any person willing to build a house and cultivate the area for five years, this community was able to establish a presence in the area east of Blacktail Butte. Settlers secured 27 homesteads that they built close together to share labor and community.

Moulton Barns
Today, two picturesque barns highlight Mormon Row. Settlers John and Thomas Alma (T.A.) Moulton built these barns on adjacent homesteads. After nearly 30 years of working the land, John replaced his log home and barn with a new carpenter-constructed, pink stucco frame house and impressive, two-story gambrel barn north of Antelope Flats Road. South of John’s homestead, T. A. took over 30 years to build his gable-with-shed style barn. Photographers from around the world stop by T. A. Moulton’s barn to capture this iconic historic structure with the Teton Range in the background.

Tags:   Fall Grand Teton Grand Teton National Park Jackson Hole Mormon Barns Mormon Row Wyoming landscape


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