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The Sleeping Indian Ridgeline

This was photographed on Public land off of Wyoming Highway 291, also known as the South Fork road. The South Fork road starts in Cody Wyoming and follows the Shoshone river for more than 40 miles before dead ending in the mountains.
The ridge line in the distance is known as the "Sleeping Indian" and is located about 35 miles up the road.

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