Superb! Thanks for posting
NitPicky Correction: not Stillwater Fork. Actually it's Hayden Fork of the Bear River. Just to set the record straight. Stillwater Fork is a much cooler name, but it's located elsewhere...
I submit that it is the lower portion of the Stillwater Fork Drainage which is part of the Bear River drainage complex, the largest drainage on the north slope of the Uinta Mountains. If you check your maps, you will see that the Hayden Fork drainage comprises the lakes of Cutthroat, Teal, Jewel, Ruth and Naomi which reside in the backcountry on the west side of SR-150, the Mirror Lake Hwy. This portion of the Bear River originates in the area of McPheters and Ryder lakes (very picturesque) as well as the sub-drainage of Ostler Fork near Amythest Lake. This area is east of SR-150. A current topographic map will reveal the proper names of this beautiful area.
Very nice photo !!!
Like 2 !!!
Friendly greetings , Rosi
Nice job. i like , best regards,Carlo.
Really Great shot!-Beautiful photo! Like ...(^_^)
Dreaming shot !!! L
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