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Lions Roar : March 2006
"The beauty of the natural world is given to us;' says GRETEL EHRLICH, "but we abuse the gift by not looking, by using it for profit, by not recognizing its intrinsic value." AN ALMOST-FULL MOON SWEEPS LIGHT across shadowed and white-spiked peaks, bringing into view an unbroken 120-mile-Iong mountain wall that sweeps down on either side to green plateaus, river valleys, and high, sage-glutted desert. Once the Wind River Mountains were covered by a continual ice- cap that ran the length of the range, pierced only by the high peaks of the Continental Divide. Outlet glaciers spilled ice from between PHOTO @ ADAM BACHER, WWW.EARTHWATERSKY.COM