Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 02/01/2011


Photo taken on May 25, 2010



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Yellowstone National Park landscape
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West Entrance Road
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Mount Haynes overlook
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May 2010
Teton County
Yellowstone National Park
Wyoming
May
Yellowstone
2010
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Teton County Wyoming
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Gorgeous thing; adorable huh!

Gorgeous thing; adorable huh!
I wish that the narrow waterway were 1000+ mi or km long, and approximately this straight, and with a similarly-coniferous riparian area, for all of that length: So that more people on different parts of the continent could regularly admire the water's rapid movement through the dirt.

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In Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, on May 25th, 2010, on the grounds of the Mount Haynes overlook along the Madison River, on the south side of the West Entrance Road.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
F722 Yellowstone National Park—Pictorial works.
F767.A17 Rivers—Wyoming—Pictorial works.
QK494.5.P66 Pine—Pictorial works.
SD143 Forests and forestry—United States—Pictorial works.
TA455.G73 Gravel—Pictorial works.
F767.M34 Madison River Watershed (Wyo. and Mont.)—Pictorial works.
F767.T28 Teton County (Wyo.)—Pictorial works.

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Art & Architecture Thesaurus term:
dry conifer forests

Comments
Courtney Kerns
Courtney Kerns
So cobbly too!
3 years ago.