Lifting Storm, Sheep Mountain
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Late afternoon. Late spring. In the high country surrounding Jackson Hole. After a brief storm, the clouds begin to lift from Sheep Mountain, leaving a blanket of fresh snow to cover the reclining profile of the silent figure with headdress after whom the mountain is called Sleeping Indian. Twenty minutes earlier, this icon on the eastern rim of Jackson Hole was completely enshrouded by the clouds. As they lifted, and the sun illuminated the mountain, the scene unfolded like the dramatic unveiling of a sculpture.
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