Travelers on Interstate 80 will observe that most of Wyoming is high, cold desert, miles of rolling sagebrush, usually with mountains on the horizon. There is a lot of history along the old Oregon Trail and the original trans-continental railroad, plus miles of wonderful open range country.
Yellowstone, the world's first and possibly most famous national park, covers the northwest corner of the state, and just south of it is Grand Teton National Park. Several other high snowy ranges are scattered about, plus the unique volcanic peak known as Devils Tower.
I have made five trips to Wyoming expressly for panoramas, three times to Grand Teton and Yellowstone. There was also my "Oregon Trail" trip where I crossed the state twice, my 2011 trip to the southeast corner, and my 2013 trip to the Wind River Range and the Tetons. There are still quite a few places in Wyoming that I have missed, and I want to completely re-photograph Yellowstone.