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No shortage of 'roads to nowhere'

Two men and their journey to photograph Wyoming


Robert Edgerton

The north end of Fremont Canyon as seen during Robert "Bo" Edgerton and Rich Rosenfeld's quest to photograph the most isolated parts of Wyoming.

"What's down this road?"

"I don't know, let's go."

This was the discussion between Rich Rosenfeld and Robert "Bo" Edgerton last summer as they put over 4,500 miles on their rental car while photographing some of southeastern Wyoming's most remote spots.

Rich and Bo have been good friends for more than 30 years. Both men worked in the auto parts industry before retiring.

Rich has Wyoming roots working for NAPA stores in Douglas and Casper before the economy went south in the early 1980s. In order to keep up his livelihood Rich moved to the Atlanta, Ga. area where he met Bo. The auto parts...

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