Ron Hanko

Ron Hanko

Posted on 10/06/2011


Photo taken on August  9, 2011



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Signal Cliff

Signal Cliff
Driving east from Yellowstone National Park the Bighorn Mountains have to be crossed and there are two options, both beautiful drives. Highway 14 and the Bighorn Scenic Byway lead to Sheridan, Wyoming, while Highway 16 and the Cloud Peak Skyway go through Tensleep Canyon to Fort Buffalo, Wyoming. Both routes are beautiful drives.

This photo was taken along Highway 16 west of the town of Tensleep and Tensleep Canyon and shows a notable landmark in the area, Signal Cliff. This is my photo of the place, a picture of which by my wife I posted earlier. Hers, in my opinion, is the better of the two. The colors in the photo are not in any way enhanced.

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John Oudenaar, Albert, Laxevaag (Halvor Olsen), Dominique Authier have particularly liked this photo


8 comments - The latest ones
Dominique Authier
Dominique Authier
Splendide paysage, c'est vraiment très beau !
4 years ago.
Prairie Rambler
Prairie Rambler
Great light, tones and dynamics!
4 years ago.
Fizgig
Fizgig
Magnificent scenery!! Lovely colors and tones.
4 years ago.
J. Michael Wilhelm, Natures Images
J. Michael Wilhelm,…
That is such a vast are of the county just full of exciting images.

JM
4 years ago.
Shotaku
Shotaku
The perfect light.
4 years ago.
Tranquility
Tranquility
Takes me back to my trip to that part of the country
4 years ago.
John Oudenaar
John Oudenaar
Gorgeous shot.
I drove this route 3 years ago.
On August 29 I am leaving for the same area again.
Beartooth Highway, Yellowstone (5 days), Wild horses in Wyoming near Greybull, and then the BigHorn from Greaybull to Sheridan. After that I am heading into the Black Hills of SD, Badlands and back home.
3 years ago.
J. Gafarot
J. Gafarot
Excellent picture, very well composed!
3 years ago.