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Excellent shot, L+F, kind regards.

Wonderful night photo! Beautiful light, excellent reflection and perspective. LK+FV

Best wishes, Roberta

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Excellent shot and beautiful colors. L+F

Wonderful photo! like 21/fav 7 Best wishes, Conny

Nice composition.
Warm greetings, Paolo

Schief, schiefer am schiefsten. (L+F)

You caught it!!! Well done. L

Wikipedia: The name is widely believed to have been derived from the Minnetaree Indian name Mi tse a-da-zi (Yellow Rock River) (Hidatsa ). Common lore states that the name came from the yellow-colored rocks along the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, but the Minnetaree never lived along the upper stretches of the Yellowstone. Some scholars think that the river was named after yellow-colored sandstone bluffs on the lower Yellowstone, instead. The Crow Indians, who lived along the upper Yellowstone in Southern Montana, called it E-chee-dick-karsh-ah-shay (Elk River). Translating the Minnetaree name, French trappers called the river Roche Jaune (Yellow Rock), a name used by mountain men until the mid-19th century. Independently, Lewis and Clark recorded the English translation of Yellow Stone for the river, after encountering the Minnetaree in 1805. With expanding settlement by people from the United States, the English name eventually became the most widely used. The river was explored in 1806 by William Clark during the return voyage of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Clark's Fork of the river was named for him.

A wonderful photo of a beautiful sunset. ℒike +av..

Warm regards, Reiner

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