Photographer Captures The Red Desert's Wide Vistas
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A three-image composite panorama of the colorful Delaney Rim.
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An aerial photo of an area of the Western Killpecker Sand Dunes, which are the second longest "living" or moving sand dunes system in the world, after the Sahara.
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An aerial shot of the Oregon buttes in the North East corner of the Red Desert. The Oregon Buttes are near the Oregon, California, Overland, and Morman Trails; they signaled an important milestone for the travelers who passed by.
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A lone wild horse stallion coming out of the Adobe Town Bad Lands and onto the Adobe Town Rim.
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of Erik MolvLooking out along the West Branch of a dry, sandy Skull Creek.
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A diptych taken from on top of one of the Honeycomb Buttes.
Wyoming’s Red Desert has become an increasingly popular destination for nature photographers. Dan Hayward has been taking pictures of that vast landscape—from the ground and from the air—for three years. On Friday, he’ll present his work in a slide presentation at Central Wyoming College in Riverton. Wyoming Public Radio’s Micah Schweizer spoke with Hayward about his work in the Red Desert.