At the end of the last ice age, Lake Bonneville covered most of Utah. 12,000 years ago it drained in a vast flood northward into the Snake River, leaving shorelines cut into the hills.
This is one of those glorious moments when everything comes together. Wait. Wait. Wait. Success!
This is Cutler Gap -- Lake Bonneville emptied into the Snake River 12,000 years ago at the end of the last ice age through this little canyon.
Spring has just sprung on the Cache Valley floor while winter persists in the mountains. Photographed with a new Nikon D800 camera and 70-200mm f2.8 lens. Multiple shots stitched with Hugin.
I lived there in May of '88! I was 12-years-old and lived in Bayshore Housing, which is faintly visible in this picture. That is a great shot. Unfortunately, those beautiful, tundra-covered hills are now overrun with fescue.
Great photo. greetings from Hungary. Zsuzsa
A beautiful panorama of Lofoten Islands. I am suggesting a location correction to 68° 19.023'N 14° 42.983'E