I didn’t get a good picture of it, so look, it’s my “Devils Tower Painting” (no HDR) from Geordi. I don’t really know what’s up with me and landscape/nature photos. They never look good to me.
Devils Tower in Wyoming rises 867 feet above the ground for no apparent reason. Teddy Roosevelt declared it the country’s first national monument in 1906. Steven Spielberg used it as an alien landing pad in Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
The 45th parallel of latitude is an imaginary line that circles the globe halfway between the equator and the North Pole. This same line passes through Minneapolis-St. Paul, Ottawa, Bordeaux, Venice, Belgrade, and the northern tip of the Japanese islands. In Yellowstone, it’s roughly aligned with the Montana-Wyoming border. [Via]
No, this image wasn’t taken in the 70’s. It just looks like a typical travel pic to me. Because I didn’t have my stormtroopers to take pictures of, I had to throw my shoe in there. I’m getting too old for that cuz I think I almost pulled something taking that picture. For some reason, I like to take random pictures of my shoes.
As seen somewhere in Wyoming.
It’s been fun (and sometimes weird) driving through and stopping in small towns, and I mean REALLY small towns. Image taken in Dubois, Wyoming.