I am going to enter 2 posts each week so as to complete our journey entries before the holidays.
Ok, so I usually fuss at the husby to no avail...
I will say STOP and he will say I CAN'T!
And so, I just keep on taking images through the passenger side window, and sometimes through the drivers side as well.
As you shall see in a future post, I have even taken images through the side view mirror...well if it works...worth the try ;)
When I saw the 2 horses fighting, I made my plea and this was what I got...not too shabby.
Later while enjoying a light snack, and walking the dogs, I spotted a Bald Eagle hunting from a tree near a stream...now that was pretty sweet!
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I am linking up with Mary for:
I am linking up with Stewart at:
Wild Bird Wednesday
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This journey I took lots of images of old barns and this was probably my favorite of them all.
That Montana sky showed in all of it's glory~
Besides Colorado, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming...Montana is also a front runner when it comes to a place to escape to and just enjoy the wildlife and nature.
Even if you are driving along, you will surely see the captivating beauty.
We were in Montana several days, as we traveled to and from Washington~
This structure actually belonged in my Hoh Rain Forest bunch, but it ended up here in the editing process, and so...here it is~
I would never be able to count all of the Western Red-tailed Hawks that we saw. Sometimes when I thought that is what they were, they turned out to be Harlan Hawks, or possibly even a Broadwing, but they were all absolutely stunning~
On all of my structures for these post entries from our journey to the NW, I have edited a single click on the HDR...ish affects.
I liked the way they turned out...brought them to new life~
We heard a lady say that she sure wished that she could travel back East to see the Autumn colours and I was blown away.
The Autumn colours out there were simply glorious, especially against the snow capped mountains~
I told the husby that the streams here reminded me of those found in the Rocky Mountains National Park at Estes Park, Colorado, and he reminded me that we were still in the Rocky Mountains when in Montana too ;)
of The Run*A* Round Ranch ReportI hope that you are liking these ;)
There will be more in coming posts~
Trains are everywhere out West and many of them are double deckers and my 4 grandsons love them.
I took over 250 images of trains and other transportation vehicles and machinery while on this trip to do something special for them too~
There was just something endearing about this single young calf laying alone in the sunshine one afternoon, that captivated my heart~
A Red-tailed Hawk looking for a meal over Montana, and then beneath it, yet another one hunting from a low perch~