Autumn Reverie: North Fork, Laramie River
East Slope, Snowy Range, Wyoming
A fast moving, even sometimes raging and turbulent, stream in the spring, by autumn the Laramie River has slowed to a gentle serenity that soothes the spirit. On one of the forks of the Laramie River as it flows out of the Snowy Range, the peaceful current caresses the streambed, its reflection of autumn leaves complementing the soft colors of the rocks and bright foliage on its banks. The smooth, glaciated river rocks remind us that this seasonal cycle has been going on for the millennia that make up the valley’s natural history.
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