Carter Mountain Approaching Storm

Shoshone National Forest, Wyoming

 An early winter storm approaches Carter Mountain from a ridge high on the peak. Carter, in the Absaroka Mountains, is the longest mountain massif in North America, with seemingly endless ridges. I hiked to the top to look for a few thousand elk migrating from Yellowstone National Park. Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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