Has someone ever told you that you are in a world of your own? Sometimes living in a smaller community, it feels like we are on a different planet altogether. Now thanks to an app RollWorld, we were able to turn Casper into a tiny world. In fact, some of these photos are like an interdimensional voyage through the looking glass. It just so happens that gateway to another dimension is in Wyoming. Follow the white Jackalope, Alice.


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The Circle of Red Cliffs - original photo take at Red Cliffs outside of Kaycee, Wyoming.


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Rex World - original photo was taken of Chris Navarro sculpture Essence of Rex on the Casper College campus.


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Planet of Mountains and Grass - original photo taken near Independence Rock.


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Clawing of Bear Mountain - original photo of Devils Tower


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World Wide Bison Hunt - photo taken of the Wakantaka Wakan Waku statue in Casper.


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Going Around Alcova - original photo was taken on Alcova reservoir.


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Eclipse of the Mountains - original photo was taken between Casper Mountain and Muddy Mountain.


The World Downtown - original photo taken on 2nd Street in downtown Casper.


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Eggs are Heart Healthy - original photo taken of the Wells Fargo Building in Casper (when they still had the sign on the eggbeatter.)


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The Fibonacci Boquet of Doves - original photo of the Ring of Peace by Chris Navarro


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The line for the fish truck goes on forever... - original photo take at Food Truck Fridays of the long line going to the On the Hook Food Truck


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The Pinhole of Fremont Demention - original photo taken of the Fremont Canyon.


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World Independance - original photo take of Independance Rock.


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Books Make This World Go Round - orginal photo of the Bridge to the Future statue outside of the Natrona County Public Library

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