Sheepeater Cliff in Yellowstone National Park
I really didn't want to do this, but I'm doing some "archive diving." I've not found anything local and "photo-worthy" lately. It's dark when I go to work, and it's dark again when I get off work.
So, today I'm going back to June 2007 when I traveled to the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone. When I was on that trip, I took 4 memory cards full of photos. Many of the shots I've never even looked at before now. I'm working on a photo book from our trip, so I've finally started looking through a lot of the shots I took on that trip.
This is a shot I found of Sheepeater Cliff, which is along the road between Mammoth Hot Springs and the Norris Geyser Basin. The area was named after the Shoshone tribe that inhabited this area. Shoshone were often known as "sheepeaters."
Here are the photos I originally posted from the trip: flickr.com/photos/labimposter/sets/72157600585374615/