Saturday, February 14, 2009
We found these little guys just north of Cascade, Montana. They ran alongside the truck for a while, then they stopped to look at us. They blend into the prairie so well, their coloring is exactly like the land where they live.
Watching this eagle take flight was so interesting. As it happens, I captured the instant his talons left the post. That was exciting. He was so huge, standing on the ground, he probably would have come up to my chin! These guys give you such dirty looks when you try walking toward them, it's fun to imagine what they might be thinking.
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
This is the door to the tack shed at the ranch. My Great Uncle Bob, built this shed, with his one hand. Actually, he had part of his left hand, but no fingers...he didn't let that hold him back.
This building has been on the ranch since homestead days, when he built it. I love the colors in the weathered wood.
You wouldn't have those memories tied up in these photos, but you might enjoy seeing the wildlife. Perhaps you'd love to have wildlife near you, and you live in a city. This screensaver would fulfill your longings to be near the animals themselves.
This screensaver, has 28 images on it now, and I might add a few more. You can see four more of the photos on my studio blog. There's a skunk with a big fluffy tail, a bull elk and some others...
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Tuesday, February 3, 2009
This bear was so cute, trying to figure out how to get closer to the chokecherries! I posted photos of him this summer, when we first saw him, but I'm revisiting some photo files, so decided I'd post another of this guy.
That perfect heart on his chest is kind of awesome!