Today’s Wyoming sunrise at Fremont Lake was taken by Dave Bell of Pinedale.
Dave writes: “Fremont Lake: The mostly undiscovered gem of Wyoming, Fremont Lake is a glacier carved gorge created about 10,000 years ago by the Wind Range glaciers.
It is Wyoming’s second-largest natural lake at 12 miles long and about a mile wide and the 7th deepest lake in the country (610 feet).
Its crystal clear waters are some of the clearest and cleanest in the United States.
This image was taken on the south shore of the lake as the sun was rising over the middle part of the Wind River Range and Continental Divide.”
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