Ron Hanko's photos

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Signal Cliff

Signal Cliff is an impressive red sandstone formation west of Ten Sleep, Wyoming, a small town on the west end of Ten Sleep Canyon. The cliff is part of the Chugwater Formation which is found throughout the area. After spending the night in Cody, Wyoming, we left Wyoming via Ten Sleep Canyon, but stopped for photos along the way, especially here.

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Coyote

After staying the night in Cody, Wyoming, we drove on the next morning, heading for Tensleep Canyon. Along the road we stopped to photograph this Coyote who eventually trotted away.

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Coyote

After staying the night in Cody, Wyoming, we drove on the next morning, heading for Tensleep Canyon. Along the road we stopped to photograph this Coyote who eventually trotted away.

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Coyote

After staying the night in Cody, Wyoming, we drove on the next morning, heading for Tensleep Canyon. Along the road we stopped to photograph this Coyote who eventually trotted away.

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Yellowstone Lake

Leaving Yellowstone National Park by way of the east entrance took us along the north shore of Yellowstone Lake, a massive old caldera and through Sylvan Pass (see other inset). We drove as far as Cody, Wyoming where we spent the night before traveling on to South Dakota. The dead trees in this photo, I believe, are from the 1988 fires that devasted the park.

Top Notch Peak

As the sun was setting we drove through Sylvan Pass and out of Yellowstone National Park, heading for Cody, Wyoming. This, I believe, is Topnotch Peak and the photo was taken from the top of Sylvan Pass.

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Yellowstone Lake

This is Yellowstone Lake on the southeast side of Yellowstone National Park. The lake is in a massive old caldera which apparently has a huge magma chamber underneath and could someday erupt. This photo was taken from the west side of the lake driving up to Lake Village.

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Near Ten Sleep

Just before the town of Ten Sleep, Wyoming, we stopped to photograph this abandoned building with some of the red sandstone formations that are found in the area behind it. Ten Sleep is in eastern Wyoming near the west entrance to Ten Sleep Canyon.

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Near Ten Sleep

Ten Sleep, Wyoming, is a small town near the west end of Ten Sleep Canyon, and the area around is noted for its wonderful formations and colors. The town is named for the fact that it was, in Native American lore, "10 days' travel, or “10 sleeps,” from Fort Laramie (southeast), Yellowstone National Park (west-northwest), and the Indian Agency on the Stillwater River in Montana (northwest)."
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