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Rainbow Over Mormon Row

This area of Jackson Hole is known as Mormon Row. Dozens of Mormon Homesteaders settled in this area of Jackson Hole back in the late 1800's to around 1910. Mormon families who filed claims near Blacktail Butte built their houses along a three-mile lane that became known as Mormon Row. There are still some buildings/barns left over as kind of Historic relics of the region. As I landed in Jackson Hole Airport on my recent trip there, I was headed towards Yellowstone when I spotted this rainbow materializing from the storm that had just blown through the region I quickly drove down this familar road I have been down dozens of times photographing the barns to try and capture it. It only lasted maybe 5 to 8 minutes at best. This is the results..( Part2 of Rainbow Over Mormon Row Series)©2005GaryGlass

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Linda Bertiaux 20 Feb 2006

OH this is so lovely.

Cara St. Marie 08 Jul 2005

Great shot!

Jan Christensen 06 Jul 2005

Wow, fabulous!

Yolonda Waters 04 Jul 2005 the rainbow! The rainbow is to remind us of our covenant with God!

Tabitha Borges 04 Jul 2005

great rainbow and scene....