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Stephanie Paige Ogburn | Nov 20, 2009 01:02 PM

Cowboy

This week's reader photo is a classic Western image from a great photographer who's shared a bunch of neat shots up on HCN's Flickr Pool. Check them out and add yours!

Thanks!
Russ Schnitzer
Russ Schnitzer
Nov 30, 2009 09:24 PM
Stephanie, I really appreciate having this week's "featured photo." The image is from a cattle drive in Wyoming's southern Wind River Mountains.
great shot
Austin
Austin
Dec 01, 2009 12:57 AM
what a classic photo. great work!

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