I have not been able to determine what kind of juniper these are.
After failing to get information on Facebook and after more research, I think that this is a subspecies (cultiver?) of the common juniper that escaped from local houses or gardens perhaps 100 year ago and spread to the uncultivated hillsides.
Well, five years later . . . another change in the photo's title. This is not Warm River Butte. It is Snake River Butte. The former is well off to the east of where the photo was taken.
Fantastic view just like paradise *LIKE + FAV. .Best wish from Wladzia from Chicago the USA
Thank you. Southern Idaho is a good place for photographing summertime clouds because the humidity is very low. There is not much water vapor or fog to soften the outlines of the clouds edges.
I hadn't heard of it either. I just drove up to it on a Forest Service dirt road in the Bear River Mountains.
Thank you for the favorable comment. The ag fields offer a lot of opportunities, especially when they are on hills and the sky has interesting clouds.
Très bel effet avec la vitesse lente . L + F. cordialement. Christophe
Thanks Greg. I was out today taking more storm and Sun photos.
Very nice Ralph, I likes the curve of the road leading into the distance. Best Wishes, Greg.