I don't know about my visitors to my blog, but I am running out of steam on this long journey we that took last month.
In over 2,500 images taken, I created over 250 mosaics to share on here.
I had enough to share for the next 4 weeks, but edited a bunch the other day and downsized them to this week and next week, with 2 individual post presentations each week.
I think that you will enjoy the post that follows this one as well...
Missed Step into Canada...ha ha, you will see what I mean, when you arrive there.
I so very much appreciate your stopping by each week... it is like having guests in our home and the only thing missing is seeing your kind faces and hearing your voices...
that is left to the imagination.
Living in KY, what kind of voice do you think I may have...you may be surprised ;)
After viewing this post, there is another one entered that connects directly to this one, so please be sure to stop by and scroll down through that one as well...it is worth the sharing.
Next week, the last 2 entries for this year's journey.
Remember to double click on the image, to view a larger slide show of the images shared
I am linking up with Mary for:
I am linking up with Stewart at:
Wild Bird Wednesday
I will also be linking up with Sylvia at:
I invite you to check out more 'Skywatch Friday' posts from around the world at:
Sunrise in Washington state and my Long Coat German Shepherds Meaka 5 on your left and 9 month old Silveit on your right~
Most may already know, but the majority of these images were taken through glass from a fast moving car...
yet very pleased as to how they turned out~
Fog met us at every turn in Washington, and it lasted hours and hours.
Would you believe that not once, but twice in 6 days we drove right by Mt. Rainier and I never even saw it...it was that foggy...another huge sigh!
I thought this image on left was too sweet 2 Common Ravens and a single Magpie, and I adore sheep in meadows always~
A Western Red-tailed Hawk hunting as the sun comes up.
This was early for it...must have missed an evening meal~
Somewhere between Idaho and Montana, we came upon a lake on a very cloudy day.
I am guessing that this is a Red-necked Grebe, but will most assuredly accept correction, if I am wrong~
On the same body of water, with no name that we could find, were some American Coots as well~
Oh My, I had never seen this before...these Elk were on land, and enclosed in fencing and not roaming wild...how sad this was...bummers for them~
A Western Red-tailed Hawk peeking around, trying to see what I am up to.
The husby had pulled off into a scenic stop, so I could get a few nice snaps~
A rancher was out talking to his cattle one afternoon.
Does someone know what that thing is in his hand?
He kept moving it back and forth and the cattle seemed to be interested.
Some Montana beauty showing up on the Northwestern section of the state~
I wanted to just bring this little one home with us.
Between our pup-cub and this little one, they were keen to be playful with one another~