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From the Absaroka Mountains in the distance to the valley floor cut with river channels, this view
from Dubois, Wyoming of the Wind River Valley is not only beautiful, but captures the effect of myriad geologic processes over thousands of years. The vibrant red and white layers of the Eocene Wind River Formation have weathered into a badlands topography and the mountains in the distance are made of mid-Eocene Absaroka volcanics from millions of years ago.
- Allison Pluda, SenecaCreekPhotography.com
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