Sherman Peak and the Bear Lake Valley, Idaho

This photo was taken from about the same spot as my November 5 shot, but with a different focal length. Most of the snow on the valley floor has melted, but Sherman Peak will have snow until spring. Our valley is in the unique position of having the Wasatch Mountain range on the west side, and a spur of the Rocky Mountains (Preuss Range) on the east side. These huge fields are used to grow grain or hay for the local cattle ranches.
magnificent scenery Ross
posted November 16th, 2012  
@bobbyj Thanks, Bobby. I will try to show another view of this after we get a lot of snow. It looks entirely different then.
posted November 16th, 2012  
What a gorgeous view. Love the way the mowing lines take the eye deep into the photo
posted November 16th, 2012  
@jgpittenger Thanks, Jane. I wish I had caught it with a little bit of snow in those furrows.
posted November 16th, 2012  
@rvwalker I'll await that installment!
posted November 16th, 2012  
Really gorgeous shot!!! FAV! This is a beautiful scene!
posted November 16th, 2012  
@monkeykid Thanks, Therese. I am so glad you like it.
posted November 16th, 2012  
What a fabulou scene!!!! fav and follow.
posted November 17th, 2012  
What a view great shot Ross.
posted November 17th, 2012  
@ruthmouch Thank you Ruth. I just looked through some of your photos, and can't wait to see more, so I am going to follow you.
posted November 18th, 2012  
@hollandcrew Thanks, Al. I'm glad you like it.
posted November 18th, 2012  
That's a view that I bet never gets old. I hope to get out there one day to see for myself. No mountains in Florida. All flatlands. Well, that's not entirely true. I can see the peak of the Himalaya's at Disney's Animal Kingdom from my house.
posted November 19th, 2012  
@cromwell You would be welcome, but we are remarkably short of zombies
posted November 19th, 2012  
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