To get to this spot from Cody, I had to endure rush hour. Maybe you can imagine what that’s like. Mostly it means obeying the posted speed limit of 70 MPH and passing six other cars instead of two.
Once off the main road, things slowed to a crawl. Not because of traffic but because of ruts and ravines. Then again, the reduced speed allowed for a better look at the Wyoming skyline.
After parking, it was time to get some dust on my shoes.
Walking a mile away from the vehicle, I noticed the absence of sound. Even the light breeze was completely silent.
This place is where quiet goes to gets some peace and quiet.
About the author: I am Stephen Kennedy, an experienced photographer with more than 2500 completed sessions in all 50 US states.