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May Snowstorm In Mountains
Photo By Rex Arney

  • Title: May Snowstorm In Mountains
  • State/Province/Region: Wyoming
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Big Horn Mountains
  • Nearest Town: Buffalo
  • Description: As a cold front moved through Wyoming, the temperatures dropped low enough to provide some snow in the mountains in late May. This photo captures the snow fall on the pine trees in the Big Horn Mountains in northern Wyoming.
  • Gear: Canon Rebel T3
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Keywords:  Forests
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