Wyoming — Perspectives on a ‘small town with long streets’ is available at Amazon and the following Wyoming businesses.

• Alpine Junction: Alpine Mercantile
• Big Piney: Green River Valley Museum
• Buffalo: Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum
• Casper: Wind City Books, Nicolaysen Art Museum, Art 321
• Cheyenne: Cheyenne Frontier Days Museum Store, Little America Hotel and Resort, Wyoming Home, Wyoming State Museum
• Cody: Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Legends Bookstore, The Thistle
• Encampment: Grand Encampment Museum
• Farson: Farson Mercantile
• Greybull: Crazy Woman Trading Post
• Jackson: Jackson Hole Book Trader
• Laramie: The Bent and Rusty, Laramie Plains Museum, Second Story Bookstore, The Curiosity Shop, University of Wyoming bookstore, 
• Lander: Fremont County Pioneer Museum
• Little America: Little America Hotel and Resort
• Lovell: Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area visitor center gift shop
• Lusk: Stagecoach Museum
• Meeteetse: Little Big Man bookstore
• Moorcroft: West Texas Trail Museum
• Pinedale: The Cowboy Shop, Nested West
• Powell: Homesteader Museum
• Rawlins: Carbon County Museum
• Riverton: Meadowlark Books
• Rock Springs: Rock Springs Historical Museum, Sidekicks Book Bar, Western Wyoming Community College book store
• Saratoga: Laura M Gallery, Saratoga Museum
• Sheridan: King’s Ropes, Sheridan Stationary Bookstore
• Sundance: Crook County Museum
• Thermopolis: Hot Springs County Museum, Wyoming Dinosaur Center
• Wilson: Wilson Book Gallery
•Worland: Washakie Museum

• Silver Gate, Mont.: Stop the Car

Two bull elk seen in a series of motion camera captures in November, 2021 near Beartooth Butte in the Shoshone National Forest.

Fall foliage and wildlife in Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks, September, 2020

Comet NEOWISE appears over Old Faithful, the Grand Tetons and Devils Tower in Wyoming, August, 2020

Wildlife in Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks, late June 2020.
Drone footage of mudslide on flanks of Hunter Peak resulting in damage to two cabins and Park County Road XUX in northwest Wyoming, as of June 1, 2018.
Sage grouse dance on Wyoming’s sagebrush steppe in an annual mating ritual.
Markers at the four corners of rectangular Wyoming make real the abstractions of maps.
An energy economics professor at the University of Wyoming, Dr. Robert Godby discusses recent declines in the state’s oil, natural gas and coal industries. He talks about causes of those downturns and what the changes suggest for the future. Recorded Oct. 14, 2016. © 2016, Dennis Davis, all rights reserved.
A total solar eclipse as seen from Wyoming’s Castle Gardens, August 21, 2017.
The American Dream Drive-in south of Powell was Wyoming’s first drive-in movie theater. Now it’s the last.
Once near extinction, bison numbers have rebounded in Yellowstone National Park. But that success has created new controversies regarding the future of bison.
Black-footed ferrets return to the ranches west of Meeteetse, Wyoming, where they were first discovered in 1981 after they were thought to be extinct. The release, following a successful captive breeding program, came in July 2016.
Researchers unearth 10,000-year-old fossils of American cheetahs, lions, wolves, bears, camels, horses, mammoths and bison from an 80-foot-deep cave in northwest Wyoming near Lovell. Recorded July 2016.
Deaver area farmer Robin Murdoch refurbishes old farm machinery and puts it to work.
Time lapse, drone and underwater images from across Wyoming.