About an hour outside of Cheyenne, Wyoming, lies the Medicine Bow National Forest. Vedauwoo is an area of rocky granite outcropping which is about 1.3 million years old. It’s been there a long time and the name “Vedauwoo” is a version of the Arapaho word “bito’o’wu” meaning “earth-born”. Check out my blog post here for more.

All images in this series where shot in and around Vedauwoo, Medicine Bow National Forest, WY, USA. Prints for several available soon.

Date2016LocationBoulder, CO, USATypeLandscape Photography


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