I’m loosening up the definition of “outcrop” today to feature some field shots of Quaternary geologic landforms. It’s not that I lack bedrock photos, but I want to include a little geomorphology while I’m taking you through my field expeditions.
Today we’ll gaze upon two lovely meander bends on the upper reaches of the Wind River, upstream of Dubois, Wyoming.
As pretty and educational as they are, there are even more river features to be seen in a wider GigaPan view from this vantage point…
Wind River, upstream of Dubois, Wyoming
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